Allina Health recently contributed $2,500 to support a new “Kids in the Garden” project at Habitat for Humanity’s Eco-Village in River Falls. The project will engage local kids to work on rain gardens, edible landscapes, fruit trees and community gardens. Pictured at the check presentation are, left to right, Shauna Pearson, Francisco Grande and Jim Farr from Habitat for Humanity; Nick Swanson, Mary Johnson and Heather Logelin from Allina Health. Pearson and Grande are Eco-Village residents. For more information, contact Habitat for Humanity at 715-425-5623 or visit their website at www.scvhabitat.org. Submitted photo.