How does your garden grow?

Planting seeds of change.

What needs do you perceive in your community?

Early this summer, members of the Lutheran Church in a western Montgomery County village responded to a perceived need for affordable, healthy food choices for the poor and elderly in their area.

Using seed money from a grant, they started a community garden.
In addition to raising fresh produce for the local food pantry, next spring they’re making additional raised beds available (for a VERY nominal fee) to any area residents who would like to have a garden but can’t where they live.

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What kinds of projects have been initiated in your town or neighborhood?