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December 9, 2016

Guest Blog: Growing Community

Katie Murray is the Raleigh Urban Ag Programs Manager and has been the visionary behind the Camden Street Learning Garden since its inception in June…Read More▸

December 2, 2016

Refugee Stories: “We want to stand up on our own.”

Every person we serve has a story. BackPack Buddies kids, CJTP students, Seed to Supper graduates, all of them have an enlightening story to tell.…Read More▸

December 2, 2016

Farm to Food Bank

Apparently, the old adage “beauty is only skin deep” applies to fruits and veggies, too. Through a North Carolina initiative known as “Farm to Food…Read More▸

October 14, 2016

Durham food hub connects local farmers to local consumers

With the rise in farm-to-table restaurants and produce delivery services, demand is growing for local food. A Durham group says there’s a gap between local…Read More▸

October 14, 2016

Breaking Ground on the Teaching Farm’s New Home

For eight years our Teaching Farm has been a locus for food-systems education, volunteerism, corporate involvement, and sustainable local produce. But the time has come…Read More▸

September 26, 2016

What does gardening have to do with hunger?

Seed to Supper graduates share their insights. Seed to Supper is a comprehensive, 6-week beginning gardening course taught by NC State Master Gardeners. The course…Read More▸

June 15, 2016

A Collaborative Mission to Provide Food For a Community and the Bees

In collaboration with Bee Downtown and Burt’s Bees Foundation, Geer St. Learning Garden is installing 2 beehives and developing a pollinator garden area.Read More▸

Geer Street Learning Garden
June 8, 2016

Community celebrates Geer Street Learning Garden

The last day of May was perfect for celebrating a place for growing, for coming together, and for renewal and revitalization: Geer Street Learning Garden.Read More▸

Awesome workday this afternoon at Eastway Elementary School for our @foodshuttle Junior Master Gardener class with their Friday Club group. Today we learned about healthy soils with the fifth graders
May 2, 2016

Gardens, partnerships growing at Triangle Elementary Schools

By providing students with tools to grow their own food, we are alleviating food insecurity and promoting health in children’s lives.Read More▸

WRAL New Media team at Camden Street Learning Garden
March 17, 2016

WRAL New Media Digs the Camden St. Learning Garden's New Media team decided to leave the keyboards at the office and pick up a shovel at Camden St. Learning Garden.Read More▸

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