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Gabrielle Martin, 13, of Old Bethpage, left, waters (Credit: Steve Pfost)

Gabrielle Martin, 13, of Old Bethpage, left, waters the garden as students from Jeannine Davis' class harvest the Waldorf School of Garden City's north garden to donate the food to the Mary Brennan Inn soup kitchen and donation center in Hempstead. (Sept. 14, 2012)

Students harvest Waldorf School garden

Students harvest from the Waldorf School of Garden City's north garden to donate the food to the Mary Brennan Inn soup kitchen and donation center in Hempstead.

Freshly picked vegetables sit in the Mary Brennan
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Freshly picked vegetables sit in the Mary Brennan Inn soup kitchen and donation center in Hempstead after students from Jeannine Davis' class picked them from the Waldorf School of Garden City's north garden. (Sept. 14, 2012)

Beau Cheney, 13, of Garden City, left, and
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Beau Cheney, 13, of Garden City, left, and Isai Turcios, 13, of Hempstead donate vegetables from the class harvest at the Waldorf School of Garden City to the Mary Brennan Inn soup kitchen and donation center in Hempstead. (Sept. 14, 2012)

Kate Goberdhan, 13, of Queens, left, and Gabrielle
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Kate Goberdhan, 13, of Queens, left, and Gabrielle Martin, 13, of Old Bethpage water the garden as students from Jeannine Davis' class harvest at the Waldorf School of Garden City's north garden to donate the food to the Mary Brennan Inn soup kitchen and donation center in Hempstead. (Sept. 14, 2012)

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Students carry freshly picked peppers from Jeannine Davis'
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Students carry freshly picked peppers from Jeannine Davis' class harvest at the Waldorf School of Garden City's north garden to donate the food to the Mary Brennan Inn soup kitchen and donation center in Hempstead. (Sept 14, 2012)

Gabrielle Martin, 13, of Old Bethpage, left, waters
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Gabrielle Martin, 13, of Old Bethpage, left, waters the garden as students from Jeannine Davis' class harvest the Waldorf School of Garden City's north garden to donate the food to the Mary Brennan Inn soup kitchen and donation center in Hempstead. (Sept. 14, 2012)

Students from Jeannine Davis' class harvest the Waldorf
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Students from Jeannine Davis' class harvest the Waldorf School of Garden City's north garden to donate the food to the Mary Brennan Inn soup kitchen and donation center in Hempstead. (Sept. 14, 2012)

Peter LePorin, 13, of Sea Cliff, left, and
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Peter LePorin, 13, of Sea Cliff, left, and Phoebe Koubel, 14, of Westbury clean vegetables as students from Jeannine Davis' class harvest at the Waldorf School of Garden City's north garden to donate the food to the Mary Brennan Inn soup kitchen and donation center in Hempstead. (Sept. 14, 2012)

Isai Turcios, 13, of Hempstead, left, and Beau
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Isai Turcios, 13, of Hempstead, left, and Beau Cheney, 13, of Garden City pick basil and other spices as students from Jeannine Davis' class harvest at the Waldorf School of Garden City's north garden to donate the food to the Mary Brennan Inn soup kitchen and donation center in Hempstead. (Sept. 14, 2012)

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Waldorf School of Garden City students Peter LePorin,
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Waldorf School of Garden City students Peter LePorin, 13, of Sea Cliff, left, and Trevor Beale, 13, of Freeport harvest beets from the school's north garden to donate the food to the Mary Brennan Inn soup kitchen and donation center in Hempstead. (Sept. 14, 2012)

Phoebe Koubel, 14, of Westbury, left, and Jordan
(Credit: Steve Pfost)

Phoebe Koubel, 14, of Westbury, left, and Jordan Davis, 13, of Elmont, right, clean freshly picked carrots as students from Jeannine Davis' class harvest at the Waldorf School of Garden City's north garden to donate the food to the Mary Brennan Inn soup kitchen and donation center in Hempstead. (Sept. 14, 2012)

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