Grow2Give

At this time of year, we often think of what we are thankful for, and give to others in need. With many food pantries and soup kitchens relying on donations or cheaply purchased leftover or unwanted food, fresh fruits and vegetables are a rare sight among staples like canned beans, rice and...

Community Gardens Ta...

“Gardeners are the most generous people in the world,” says Peterson Garden Project founder LaManda Joy. And this is what we learned, or confirmed, at the recent event, Community Gardens Take Action Against Hunger. Peterson Garden Project shared our own best practices with a roomful of people...

10 Things I’m ...

When I run into our gardeners or people who know about the Peterson Garden Project I hear a lot of comments like “what do you do to stay busy during the winter months?” This makes me laugh because the winter months are just as busy except the work is more cerebral in nature vs....

10 DAYS TO VICTORY: ...

   Your vote = GIVING! Click HERE There’s a saying that “gardeners are generous people” and I’ve always thought it should say “gardens make generous people” instead. You must share when Mother Nature provides you with so much abundance – how could you possibly let all that hard work go...

Thankful Thursday &#...

  This Thankful Thursday post is a bit belated, but we are thankful nonetheless! We started partnering with Whole Foods Market Sauganash in 2010 with our original garden. This year we were honored to be part of a 5% Day this spring at the store. That means that 5% of all purchases for...