Johnson County Extension

Johnson County Cooperative Extension Johnson County Extension in eastern Kentucky is part of the land-grant extension program in Kentucky, through the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment Cooperative Extension Service. Johnson County Extension Grow Appalachia is a new site to the program for 2021. To learn more:

Boys Home of Virginia

Boys Home of Virginia Boys Home of Virginia is a nonprofit organization that provides education, housing, and caring adult supervision to young men ages 6-17 whose lives have been negatively impacted by poverty or family instability. Our mission is to help each student strive toward becoming a productive member of society by developing

Henderson Settlement

Henderson Settlement Frakes, Kentucky 2010-2013, 2019-2023 Henderson Settlement was established in 1925 and continues to serve the community in many ministry areas. Its service area includes parts of Bell, Knox, & Whitley counties in Kentucky and Claiborne & Campbell counties in Tennessee. In 2019, Henderson

Wolfe County Extension

Wolfe County Extension Nestled in between the Red River Gorge and Natural Bridge State Park, the Wolfe County Grow Appalachia site, in conjunction with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service in Wolfe County, empowers families to grow fruits and vegetables for home consumption to improve family health and increase food security. They will

Sprouting Hope

Sprouting Hope The mission of Sprouting Hope is to feed the community by growing and sharing healthy produce, with a vision of everyone having access to healthy food. All the produce grown at the 13,000 square foot Sprouting Hope garden is either given away to local businesses (a free clinic, soup kitchen, and the

Rural Resources

Rural Resources Rural Resources, based on a multi-acre farm in Greene County, Tennessee, operates with a mission to connect farms, food, and families through learning experiences around farms and food. Their Farm & Food Training Program for teenagers works with at-risk youth, providing them with agricultural education, food preservation and gardening workshops,

Lincoln Memorial University

Lincoln Memorial University Lincoln Memorial University was founded in 1897 as a values-based learning community dedicated to providing educational experiences in liberal arts and professional studies. The University’s Organic Garden is housed on the school’s campus and also includes home gardens. The LMU Garden currently consists of 2 greenhouses, 70 raised beds,

Linwood Community Daycare

Linwood Community Daycare Linwood Learning Adventures and Community Daycare is a nonprofit community owned and operated early learning program. They partner with local families, Episcopal ministries, and the community to enrich and encourage developmental growth for children, with a focus on health and the outdoors. With the opening of the Linwood Library

Hospitality House

Hospitality House Hospitality House of Boone is a multi-faceted crisis agency serving seven counties in western North Carolina, assisting its residents with job training, shelter, mentorship programs, healthy cooking classes, afterschool tutoring for children, counseling, and more. The gardens were established in 2011 as a way to increase access to fresh fruits, vegetables, and


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