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Thread: Gardening for the Hungry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maksi
    Thank you Flying, I have get my thought about this and you are so right that we have to find the people who are reaaly in need.
    The Welfare standard in Holland is a little bit higher than in US but also here are people in real need of some extra food. So I though to ask the church to start something like you do, or ask some social workers and give them the items so they can give it away.
    Awesome!

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    Do you still have the links I sent several months ago about the "Three Sister's Garden"? That's corn, beans and squash grown together that the Indians used because it produced the most from the same plot and complemented each other.

    http://www.reneesgarden.com/articles/3sisters.html

    Below has a number to call Second Harvest who can refer you to people in need. It's about "Plant a Row for the Hungry".

    http://www.humeseeds.com/free1.htm

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    Hi V...It's good to hear from you again. I'm so pleased your gardening idea last year was such a success for you. I know you really worked at getting something going. For those out there who may need a little help with food issues, there is a network available called angel food ministries. It's all over Texas, but I don't think it is limited to here. The food isn't free, but it's very cheap. Might bear looking into.

    How is your quilting going? Still got those creative juices flowing, too? I miss seeing your designs posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bj
    How is your quilting going? Still got those creative juices flowing, too? I miss seeing your designs posted.
    I just saw your other post about trying to copyright/sell your patterns. I'm glad you're still involved. :)

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