On this misty, unusually warm day in October, I picked a variety of vegetables and flowers at our community garden, knowing deep in my soul, I graduated from a gardener to an urban farmer. Filling this large laundry basket with luscious lettuce, kale, beets, carrots and dill is so rewarding. The produce is being prepared to sell to the Wallkill East Rotary Club, which I am presenting to about an Agriculture Program we plan to start at our HEART in Haiti School. I am filled with pride that the plots which were abandoned by people at our community garden were weeded, replanted and revived on July 26. Now, less than 3 months later, these plots are producing enough food to sell the excess for helping the HEART in Haiti Community and our local St. Margaret's Soup Kitchen.