As the seasons start to change, both home gardeners and neighbors engaged with our community gardens start to dream about all the ways to use the late summer harvest.
Since the beginning, the heartbeat- for lack of a better word- of Grow Appalachia is that of its participants. To date, Grow Appalachia has reached more than 4,000 unduplicated families.
This is Valzora's garden, which is located way back in the woods in a place called Buffalo. When I drove up to Val's home she grinned and said, " I don't think your van
When I get home from my job of helping Grow Appalachia participants grow their gardens, it’s time to do some work in my own. It’s also my turn to spend time with