TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - It is starting to look a lot more like spring!
Many people were out exercising their green thumbs in Terre Haute on Wednesday.
About a dozen volunteers were working in the ISU Community Garden.
Some volunteers are ISU students who volunteer as part of their studies.
They were out filling bunkers to plant strawberries, planting wildflowers, and garden flowers.
They also worked on a sensory garden for gardeners with special needs.
This was this first of seven workdays at the garden.
The next one is Saturday, April 6th.
For more infomration, call Patti Weaver at 812-841-3443.
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