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Kids ROAR Through Summer

Kids ROAR Through Summer

August 16, 2017
This month we wrapped up our Islay the Summer mini module ...
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Green Peoplez Visit North End Elders

Green Peoplez Visit North End Elders

The NECIC/ROAR Urban Ag Youth Project, better known as Green Peoplez, explore entrepreneurship at the North End Elder Program.
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Grow With Us!

Grow With Us!

August 7, 2017 1 comments
Mansfield, Ohio - North End Community Improvement Collaborative (NECIC) will celebrate their tenth anniversary on Sunday, August 27, 2017 from 3 to 6 p.m. at North Lake Park. The event, which is free and open to the public, will feature games, food,
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ROAR into Summer

ROAR into Summer

July 7, 2017
For the month of July we started with a Match Mixer that was held at North Lake Park.
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ROAR Artists

ROAR Artists

May 11, 2017
Artists share their vision and experience...
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ROAR is Fun and Free!

ROAR is Fun and Free!

April 12, 2017
ROAR mini-modules are now in week four...
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Welcome to North End Matters

A lot of exciting things are happening at NECIC, and to stay in the loop, you may want to consider signing up for our newly revamped, digital version of North End Matters.
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Fall planting and Persephone

September 26, 2016 0 comments
It's time to get those winter crops into the ground, aiming for 75% maturity before we reach the Persephone Period.
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Green Peoplez Take Home Seven Blue Ribbons

The Green Peoplez, a group of young, intrepid entrepreneurs that have delved whole-heartedly into the NECIC Blust Avenue Teaching Garden, took home seven blue first-place ribbons and two red second-place ribbons from the Mansfield Men's Garden Club 62nd Annual Fall Harvest Show at Kingwood Center Gardens on Saturday.
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Black Plastic: The Easiest Way to Garden

Saturday's black plastic gardening class at John's Park was a lot of fun, despite the heat and humidity. At least we had a nice breeze blowing that day!
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Organic Matter Matters

Once again, the weather was less than ideal for an outdoor garden program. Are we doomed to rain and chilly temps for every program? Maybe. Does that scare the stalwart gardener? Of course not!
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