Bill Fishburn, an Intel program manager in DuPont, shows off sugar snap peas in a pod grown as part of an employee program to build gardens and grow fresh produce for food banks. Fishburn's garden partner Kirsten Hansen, also an Intel program manager, waters the garden plot.
Bill Fishburn, an Intel program manager in DuPont, shows off sugar snap peas in a pod grown as part of an employee program to build gardens and grow fresh produce for food banks. Fishburn's garden partner Kirsten Hansen, also an Intel program manager, waters the garden plot. The Olympian
Bill Fishburn, an Intel program manager in DuPont, shows off sugar snap peas in a pod grown as part of an employee program to build gardens and grow fresh produce for food banks. Fishburn's garden partner Kirsten Hansen, also an Intel program manager, waters the garden plot. The Olympian

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July 12, 2010 07:14 AM

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