February Updates

Jack and Joy celebrating the new Little Free Pantry installed at 3304 E. Gordon! Check our website calendar at: http://www.growingneighbors.org/calendar for upcoming events we’re hosting and those of other great partners.  New community gardens are going in this spring at homes, schools, and churches including Lidgerwood Presbyterian. Want to help start or expand a garden in your neighborhood? SustainableContinue reading “February Updates”

Shadle Library is “Growing”

Juan Juan and Asraa displaying our new seed starting racks at the Shadle Library! On Tuesday, February 15, an Indoor Seed Starting program at the Shadle Public Library happened! More great programs with the library are being planned. RSVP to Johnny or just show up for these programs. Some of the seedlings will go homeContinue reading “Shadle Library is “Growing””

Quick and Composty Update

It has been a great growing season and we have a lot of fun news and events to share with you. Please take a moment to check out this quick and composty list of highlights: Our neighbor Rob with the Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market put together this awesome 3 min. video about us: https://www.facebook.com/EGFMarket/videos/564992718138732 Our neighbors withContinue reading “Quick and Composty Update”

Food Delivery via Bicycle

Food Delivery via Bicycle with Noelle and Chan Food Delivery via Bicycle is rocking now in 3 neighborhoods! Northwest Spokane on Thursdays from 3:00 – 5:30 pm., West Central Spokane on Wednesdays from 4:00-6:30 pm , and the Emerson-Garfield neighborhood on Tuesdays from 10:00 – 12:30 pm. Can you help sort, pack, or deliver (evenContinue reading “Food Delivery via Bicycle”

Treating Others More Like Family and the Planet More Like Home

“Northwest Harvest partners with incredible organizations that are seeding food justice across Washington. One of those organizations is Growing Neighbors – a Spokane initiative of Shadle Park Presbyterian Church that brings local organizations together to grow food and community and encourage healthier lifestyles.” This quote was taken from Stories From the Field, a publication ofContinue reading “Treating Others More Like Family and the Planet More Like Home”