You can grow your own food. And we can help!
Elizabeth Dry commented on Sowing it Forward in Dallas

In the past several months, seven-year-old Alina Rosario, a second grader at Alex Sanger...

Elizabeth Dry posted a status update 
The Promise of Peace Imagine Garden is expected to feed over fifty folks this upcoming weekend as we continue to harvest and prepare fresh produce from the garden partially fueled with seedds form KGI- Wait till you see our black beauty zucchini and quesadillas made with squash blossoms!

 

I have always wanted to grow my own food from my very own garden. Now that my husband...

Glastonbury Healing Gardens posted a status update 
I am totally inspired by the new beds and how much we can plant in them. Thank you to KGI for the funding grant which has so helped us. More updates soon.
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Glastonbury Healing Gardens posted a status update 
The new garden beds are looking fabulous as we get them al planted up.
Glastonbury Healing Gardens posted a status update 
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John Atkinson blogged  
home-grown potatoes

Potatoes are popular crops, which are used for different culinary purposes. Although,...

Sometimes famililes find themselves in some pretty desperate situations.  This year our garden...

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