Ready to sow into Senoia’s Sow Good Community Garden

Ready to sow into Senoia’s Sow Good Community Garden

It’s just about time for the Sow Good Community Garden to spring back into action. About to embark on its third season on the grounds of the Senoia Vineyard Community Church, project representative Brent Anderson said 3-foot by 12-foot planters will be leased to community members for $85 a year with a portion of the food grown donated to the ministry’s Sow Good Food Pantry. Each of the 20 planters, some of which are used by the church for the food pantry ministry, use certified organic compost and drip irrigation from well water. Photo/Ben Nelms.

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This is one of the things

This is one of the things that churches SHOULD be about. Kudos to the folks that practice what they preach.