Rosemary Kimball washes just-harvested sweet potatoes at Heritage Farm in Sea Pines on Thursday. The potatoes, about a ton Kimball estimated, were grown in a plot dedicated to Deep Well and Second Helpings, charities that distribute food to the needy. Kimball said she attributed the better than average harvest to a good amount of rain this summer.
Rosemary Kimball washes just-harvested sweet potatoes at Heritage Farm in Sea Pines on Thursday. The potatoes, about a ton Kimball estimated, were grown in a plot dedicated to Deep Well and Second Helpings, charities that distribute food to the needy. Kimball said she attributed the better than average harvest to a good amount of rain this summer. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
Rosemary Kimball washes just-harvested sweet potatoes at Heritage Farm in Sea Pines on Thursday. The potatoes, about a ton Kimball estimated, were grown in a plot dedicated to Deep Well and Second Helpings, charities that distribute food to the needy. Kimball said she attributed the better than average harvest to a good amount of rain this summer. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

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