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In the News:

-Norris Square Neighborhood Project Hosts Youth Art Showcase Centered on Homelessness by Michael Hanisco (The Spirit of the Riverwards, August 25, 2016)

-Stormwater exemption bill could boost urban gardeners, farmers by Sam Newhouse (Metro, June 2, 2016)

Kensington: Local Gardens Cultivate Community, Help Revitalize Neighborhoods by  James M. Kirn and Coleen Mary O'Hara (Philadelphia Neighborhoods, May 4, 2016)

-Take a quick peek at the Kensington Earthship being built by local high schoolers by Tony Abraham (Generocity, April 25, 2016)

West Kensington: Peace Corps Alumnus Continues Work With Latino Community by Coleen O’Hara and James Kirn (Philadelphia Neighborhoods, March 2, 2016)

- A Slice of Home Becomes a Path to Activism, written by Fabiola Cineas (Philadelphia Public School Notebook, Februrary 9, 2016)

- Why This Local Grant Writer Hates the Word Innovation, written by Tony Abraham (Generocity.org, February 3, 2016)

- Fostering that “pay-it-forward spirit”: 3 awesome orgs that solved problems by building community written by Julie Zeglen (Generocity.org, December 11, 2015)

- Norris Square Secures Funding for a Greenhouse written by Max Marin (Al Día News, July 14, 2015)

- Youth activists are looking to build a greenhouse in Norris Square Neighborhood Project written by Kristen Gilette (Generocity.org, July 9, 2015)

- Earthship-style Greenhouse to Land in Kensington written by Max Marin (Al Día News, June 8, 2015)

GSK's $5M to Philly groups helping kids eat better written by David Sell (Philly.com, March 20, 2015)

How Grounded in Philly is Making Vacant Lots Accessible to the Public written by Mary Anna Rodabaugh (Generocity.org, February 16, 2015)

Penn State architecture students, Philly teens brainstorm community improvement written by Stephanie Swindle (Penn State News, November 17, 2014)