A Little Bit of Catching Up

By |June 26th, 2020|Wise County Extension|

A Little Bit of Catching Up It seems like it’s been a long time since I’ve been able to post, it’s almost hard to remember everything that’s happened since then. And I know, two weeks really isn’t long at all, but it seems that they’ve been filled with enough happening to fill up

Planted seeds bearing fruit at the best time. Now!

By |June 22nd, 2020|Over-the-Rhine People's Garden|

Longevity Matters Stewardship Matters Relationships Matter Partnerships Matter Forty years ago in 1980 the Civic Garden Center started the Community Gardens program at the Over The Rhine People’s Garden. Today that garden is still thriving and growing food for those in need and providing an opportunity for the neighbors to grow food for themselves. Longevity

By |June 18th, 2020|St Vincent Mission, Uncategorized|

PLANT WITH LOVE, WATCH MIRACLES GROW! Jeanette Mullins 2020 Generous Donation! Jeannette Mullins is a former intern and a dedicated volunteer that has blessed the mission with a 90 x 88 garden plot donation. This generous donation will make the third garden plot for the mission to share with the community and


By |June 18th, 2020|Big Ugly|

Marcelle St.Germain, Step by Step Big Ugly, West Virginia Sweet potatoes are one of our favorite crops to grow at BUCC. Early in the spring we generally order 1,000 sweet potato slips from Sow True Seed in Asheville, N.C. A little more than half go to our Big Ugly gardeners and the remainder go to

Grow Wayne Feature in the Herald Dispatch

By |June 16th, 2020|Uncategorized|

HUNTINGTON — For the past few weeks, Lacy Davidson Ferguson and Grow Wayne have been teaching 50 families across Cabell and Wayne counties all about growing and preserving their own crops. A registered dietitian and resource coordinator for the West Virginia Department of Agriculture, Ferguson has spent her life working with and understanding natural foods.

Meet and Greet

By |June 15th, 2020|Linwood|

Eryn Neyer is the new garden coordinator for the Linwood chapter of Grow Appalachia.  I wanted to introduce her and share that you will get to read blogs from her in the future! Tell me about your job with the WV Food and Farm Coalition and how it ties into Grow Appalachia. I work for