Have you heard about the Food is Free Project yet? If not, it’s worth looking into! It began in 2012 as a way for people to build community while also growing their own food, and has been sweeping across the nation ever since. The founders of Food is Free help people to create food gardens in their yards, and teach them how to cultivate fresh, nourishing fruits and vegetables while also strengthening community ties with seed-swapping, group gardening activities, food sharing, and more. You can contact them directly if you’re interested in building a garden program of your own, or if you’re interested in volunteering with/supporting the team.
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