Posted on August 10, 2012 by churchcommunityservices
Beautiful produce from our beautiful Seed to Feed acre in Goshen. Our clients are so happy!
Fresh air, exercise, good honest dirt, and service that helps sustains CCS’s food supply: From now till the end of harvest season, Seed to Feed will need at least 15 volunteers 2 days a week. We will pick the green beans and sweet corn at the Bullard Garden every Monday at 9:00am. It is located on C.R.17 and Middlebury St, directly across from Sorg Jewelers on the west side of C.R.17.
The Fresh Produce Garden in Goshen will be picked every Tuesday at 7:00pm. It is located at 14723 CR36. It is just east of CR33 about 1/8 of a mile on the north side of CR36. The gardens are really starting to produce nice yields each week and should until the end of the season. If you can help, please contact Church Community Services either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (574-349-4905).
- Volunteers needed this week to help Seed to Feed’s garden (part of Church Community Services) (elkhartcountygrassrootshub.wordpress.com)
- PLANTING A MILE: Group Goes The Distance (whotv.com)
- County farmers and ‘Church Community Services’ join forces to feed the hungry (elkhartcountygrassrootshub.wordpress.com)
- August update on the development of The Mustard Seed (themustardseedcoop.wordpress.com)