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Each semester the organization plants fruits, herbs and vegetables across 11 “satellite” gardens on campus, but in the spring they cultivated something new: an interactive online map to help Tar Heels find and use these public gardens.
The regular test will be conducted between 6:30 and 7 p.m.
The exhibition draws from items at the Wilson Special Collections Library, including books, newspapers, postcards, advertisements, photographs and even a bathing suit from the 1920s.