‘Spring Into Bed’ to help West Seattle families grow food

Spend this Saturday gardening, to help financially challenged families grow their own food! Seattle Tilth‘s Just Garden Project is hoping for more than 100 volunteers to join the “Spring Into Bed!” work party at more than a dozen backyards and community centers in High Point. The official announcement says this is meant to “empower families to become self-sufficient, grow their own food and make healthier food choices.” Just show up at Neighborhood House’s High Point Center, 6400 Sylvan Way SW, for garden-building 10 am-2 pm and a celebration afterward. RSVP by e-mailing food@justgarden.org – and find out more at springintobed.org.

1 Reply to "'Spring Into Bed' to help West Seattle families grow food"

  • G March 20, 2013 (10:06 pm)

    Helping people become self-sufficient – fantastic.

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