RALEIGH, N.C. — A new garden in southeast Raleigh is growing more than just plants.
Inter-Faith Food Shuttle’s Camden Street Learning Garden was created to bring together the community and help neighbors grow their own food.
“This space provides the community with a place to not only grown themselves personally by learning new skills, eating healthier foods, but it also helps us grow the community,” said Katie Murray, IFFS Raleigh Food Security Coordinator.
“It’s kind of fun because we get to plant whatever we want and we eat healthy stuff and it keeps us living,” said Jermain Sanders.
Nation Hahn said the program reflects “Jamie’s passions and what she care about.”
“It’s a powerful reminder that her spirit is still here,” he said. “It means that she’s not gone.”