Our Annual Reports

Check out our annual year-end updates on our work throughout the region.

2021

Cultivating community wellness hubs, launching our beekeeping initiative, supporting families across central Appalachia in growing their own food through the second year of the pandemic, welcoming a new cohort into our beginning farmer series, and personalized production planning for producers.

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2020

Navigating food insecurity during a pandemic, launching a strategic plan, and preparing for an upcoming leadership transition.

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2019

Folk arts and culture with farmers markets, John Paul & Eloise DeJoria visit Berea, and our Berea Kids Eat Coordinator, Martina Leforce, receives the Rural Spirit Award.

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2017

Publishing the results of a 2 year evaluation of our Garden Grants program, updates from the field, and impact numbers.

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2016

Federal commercial kitchen grant awarded, a spotlight on women in the food movement, the Appalachian Food Summit, and intergenerational gardening.

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2015

Value added products from Garden partners, the heirloom bean project, our online literary journal Pollen is released, and reflections from the field.

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2014

5 years of food security programming, our 2014 partnerships, looking ahead, and updates on our high tunnels.

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2013

Impact numbers, our approach to gardening, the full list of partners, and our geographic expansion over the last 4 years.

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RECENT POSTS FROM OUR GARDEN PARTNERS

Springing Towards Summer

May 22nd, 2022|0 Comments

  Happy Spring from Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine People’s Garden! Cincinnati, Ohio— We made it through the Ohio frost date and are planting our seedlings furiously!  We are headed towards the beginning of summer and I feel

Great Gardens, Great Food, Great Harvest!

May 18th, 2022|0 Comments

Finally spring has sprung, and so have our plants. This past Saturday we had our garden planning workshop along with a seed and plant handout with gardeners eagerly planning on where things ought to be

Gearing Up for the Growing Season!

May 17th, 2022|0 Comments

The month of May is a busy month for us; getting gardeners signed up to participate, ordering supplies, and trying to get the necessary tools to have a good garden and everyone can eat healthy.

Little Hands, Big Helpers

May 13th, 2022|0 Comments

Just last week here at High Rocks' Ruby Grow site, we planted tomatoes and peppers. But not all by ourselves, we had some help from kids that go to a nearby school. The kids