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Harvest against Hunger, our annual fall fundraiser, has been forced to shift like many events this year. Our staff and taskforce members have committed to keeping the theme true to previous years, prioritizing The GardenWorks Project’s mission to promote the local food system as a viable means towards sustainability and greater food security.

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Eating Seasonally To Nourish Our Community

The “eat local” movement continues to gain momentum, especially since COVID-19. At The GardenWorks Project, we believe that everyone deserves fresh produce.

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5 Ways You Can Support Harvest Against Hunger

For its third year, The GardenWorks Project is taking Harvest Against Hunger virtual.

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The mental health benefits of gardening

By Hayley Anderson

The last few months in America have been an unprecedented time of considering health. Social distancing measures have been put in place to protect the physical health of citizens, but have created a crisis of mental health instead.

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Food growing for veterans

According to Feeding America, the country’s largest hunger relief organization, 20% of the 40 million people served by its 200 food banks and their networks are veterans.

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The GardenWorks Project is proud to support local hunger relief efforts through our Community Gardening Program.
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Food Growers Blog

Hello! I thought I’d take a moment to let you know what I’ve been up to lately: Getting ready to garden!

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Over the last month, we have been inundated with messages from individuals looking to build gardens.

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It's the first week of April, and nothing brings me more joy than the first signs of Spring!

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Food Growers Blog

With snow on the ground and the occasional subzero windchill, it’s hard to imagine that spring will eventually be here.  This is a great time to raise your spirits by planning your spring garden!

 

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