The organisation that ran a $317,000 Government-funded programme to make a vegetable garden says it produced much more than just a solitary pumpkin.
The site of the programme, run by Social Development Services in the Far North, was visited by 3 News this week and shown to be an overgrown 1.6ha garden where only a single pumpkin remained.
But services manager Missy Peterson sent the Herald a number of photos showing a thriving vegetable garden, and some of the 24 young people working during the development stages.
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