Rob Schulman’s love for gardening brought him to the Capital Area Food Bank. The knowledge that he’s making an impact for his neighbors keeps him coming back, and it inspired him to start an own urban garden of his own.
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As the spring sun peeks through winter’s gray, the Capital Area Food Bank is gearing up to dig its Urban Demonstration Garden.
Our NOVA branch has recently planted a garden of beautiful native plants with the help of Healthy Eating Educator Abbie Steiner, other staff and volunteers.
We are really excited this year about the buzz around gardens. From the White House garden and the First Lady’s “Let’s Move” campaign to the recent Community Food Security Panel, there has been talk locally and nationally about urban gardening. Here at the Capital Area Food Bank we have had a dramatic increase in the… Read more »
Sometimes a really good idea is born out of such simplicity; all it takes is a little spark. Here in the Harvest for Health department of the Capital Area Food Bank we concentrate on getting fresh produce to the people who need it. This year, a beautiful idea sprouted into a program new to the… Read more »