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Community Garden- Plots available now!!

It’s time to start planting!! If you are interested in cultivating a garden this year, but don’t have the space to do it at your own home, consider purchasing a plot in one of the many community gardens in Cortland County.  262 more words


April 25

Good weather  sends gardeners out to the garden and church gardeners are no exception with time spent on Saturday renovating the front garden bed at Grace Lutheran Church.   43 more words

Community Gardens

April 18

Interested Bartonville Neighbourhood Community Garden people gathered at Faith Lutheran Church, enjoyed a light lunch and welcomed Permaculture speaker Shawn McCarty. While mixing food with fun and fundamentals we were engaged to strengthen the connection between earth and food production through permaculture. 83 more words

Hot Lunch

Gardens Grow Inclusion and Community Connections

Rewarding community connections are often growing side by side with tomatoes in the gardens at our supportive housing programs. “It’s nice to be in the garden with your friends, planting in the sun and talking to your seedlings.” A resident recently shared with us. 709 more words

House Of Friendship

Community Seeds Program Series

By:  Priscilla Hayes

I love the way networks work in my life, connecting me to more of whatever I need to learn right now.  I had already set up the Seed Saving Program with Jeff Quattrone, (learn more in my previous blog post:  … 1,187 more words


Gardens Grow Green Communities

It has been our experience that a garden always gives back more than it receives. At House of Friendship this becomes clearer each spring as different communities and people connected to us start coming together to plan, to plant, to work and to celebrate. 662 more words

Emergency Food Hamper Program