LEHI — A teenager from Lehi launched a plan to make sure the bounty from a community garden goes to those who need it most.
TJ Eggett and his friends moved a 250-pound structure to the Lehi South Stake Garden — a one-acre plot used as a community garden.
“I think it will help bring people together more,” he said. “Just in the sense it kind of puts a little more interaction between people.”
The interaction will be between amateur farmers and ordinary people. “When people are done with their crops — you know, the entire season they have more than they need — they can put the extra crops in the shed. People (who) want it can come by and take what they need,” he explained.
TJ’s father, Tyler Eggett, grew up on a small farm and knows the value of fresh produce. He …