WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — Hy-Vee helped create a community garden that provides free plots for those in need of food assistance. The Amos Hiatt Community Garden, launched last month on a lot adjacent to the Hiatt Middle School in Des Moines, has 24 plots measuring 10 by 14 feet each. The garden is located in a low-income neighborhood; every student at the middle school is eligible for the free lunch program and the student body has a comparatively high number of students from ...

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