State Rep. Mike Chapman, left, visited the garden at the Quimper Grange on 1219 Corona St., on Wednesday as part of a tour of gardens that supply area food banks. He was joined by Kathy Ryan, president of Jefferson County Food Bank Gardens, and Francesco Tortorici of Olympic BioChar. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

State Rep. Mike Chapman, left, visited the garden at the Quimper Grange on 1219 Corona St., on Wednesday as part of a tour of gardens that supply area food banks. He was joined by Kathy Ryan, president of Jefferson County Food Bank Gardens, and Francesco Tortorici of Olympic BioChar. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

State representative tours food bank gardens

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