We are connecting neighbors and caring for nature by growing:
- Community partnerships
- Mentoring relationships
- Educational opportunities
- Access to local food
- Environmental sustainability
- Healthy lifestyle habits
- Love for one another
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Friday October 30 – Sunday November 1 Participate in The Great Pumpkin Hunt by adding “Harvesty” decor to your home and send your address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your address will be added to the map at http://tiny.cc/greatpumpkinhunt. See the flyer for more details!
Let’s celebrate! And did I mention, free food? Yes, we will have lots of fresh produce as well as boxes of shelf-stable food. Can you help spread the word to some neighbors in need? Please forward this email or share the attached flyers. We hope to share this food in a fun way by alsoContinue reading “It’s Hoedown Time!!”
We are so thankful for all of you who visited us at the Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market this season. We’ll miss seeing you on Fridays, but would love to stay connected! You can keep an eye on what we’re up to and ways to connect with our community partners by looking at the calendar on ourContinue reading “Thank you for joining us at the Market!”
We have been loving these amazing sunflowers. We had no idea they would get this big and bring smiles to so many faces. Anyone want some seeds? We’d love your help harvesting the last of our produce and helping to put our various gardens to bed for the winter. Let us know when you areContinue reading “Featured Flower: Giant Sunflowers”
There were some amazing visitors at Arlene’s when we gathered to tend the garden together recently. Or, were we the visitors to their garden? There have been a lot of deer, bunnies, squirrels, and other wildlife enjoying our produce lately, and we’re glad (mostly) to be able to share. Want to join Arlene or other neighbors near youContinue reading “Featured Farmyard: Arlene’s”
Come visit us next Friday, September 25, at the Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market at 2310 N. Monroe from 3-7 p.m. All of our produce is offered on a “take what you need, pay what you can” basis. Invite a neighbor who could benefit from some local, organic produce. You are also welcome to help by donatingContinue reading “Join us at the Market”
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Shadle Park Presbyterian Church
5508 North Alberta St.
Spokane, WA 99205
Growing Neighbors is an initiative of Shadle Park Presbyterian Church.
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