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The interior of O’Brien’s General Store in Ashland City shows some of its customers’ trophies. The store is located next to the Cheatham Wildl…

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Volunteer Ginny Schwarz packs a box of food while serving at United Ministries recently. CANDIS ANN SHEA

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Volunteers work to move food supplies on a Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee delivery day. SUBMITTED

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Hemp growing on the Freeman farm. SUBMITTED

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Hemp drying in a former tobacco barn. SUBMITTED

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Christiana Resident Cynthia Hollis, a self-proclaimed “dumpster diva,” recommends to others to consider the state of their trash before chucki…

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Jameson Parker (far left), a student at the Institute for GOD, teaches about gardening and different plants and techniques. Nyago John, of Uga…

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Ninfa Parker, GOD International Spanish translator, points to a diagram that shows the effects of fried versus fresh foods on the body.

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Jameson Parker and Michael Watkins are both students at the Institute for GOD and are regulars at Hopewell Farms. They teach refugees the ins …

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Growing Roots event guests are pictured at Hopewell Farms, along with GOD and Immigrant and Refugee Care coordinators Rafael Reyes (far left),…

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Jon Collins at the ground breaking ceremony for The Cumberland Bank. SUBMITTED

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Hidden in plain sight in the heart of the Old Hickory community is a gem of a place that is a sea of spring greens this time of year and has a…