Summer of 2014

After an amazing group effort to rebuild the grounds and clean up the property post Spring flood, the MoGreena Garden Project is up and rolling. Year two promises to produce even more organic food for donations than last year. We are fortunate enough to have four young workers from the Coatesville Youth Initiative for the rest of the summer: Tyree Warner, Casey Hammond, Noah Willet, and Marquinn Parker. The addition of WOR employee Will Colvin has also been vital to the daily work getting done. Garden night is every Tuesday at 5 pm. All are welcome. We garden for an hour or two, then are treated to a delicious, fresh meal prepared by Sarah Sinton. If you are interested in attending, email brenda@2n4.e97.myftpupload.com. Here are some of the latest views from the grounds.

Also, stayed tuned for information about the newest addition to the Waste Oil Recyclers fleet. She’s a biggie and on her way home to us from Iowa as we speak.

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This summer, we are once again partnered with the Coatesville Youth Initiative (CYI) and the Chester County Food Bank (CCFB) to help grow thousands of pounds of produce here in the gardens of Mogreena.  The four students from CYI will learn how to plant, grow, and...

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