Category Archives: Growing & Giving in the Community

Seattle area p-patchers and food banks — a conversation

SGGN recently learned of an event at Solid Ground. Charlene Hsia said:
“I work as a Food System Support Program Assistant at Solid Ground, supporting the work of Seattle food banks. Our Seattle Food Committee is meeting with local growers on December 12th, 2017 from 2PM – 5PM, at Solid Ground. 1501 North 45th Street.
 
We want to partner to increase farm to food bank work in and around the city of Seattle. Come to discuss new partnerships and sourcing opportunities, and other avenues for collaboration. This conversation will inform a larger farm to food bank conference, tentatively scheduled for February 2018.
 
I believe Giving Garden Leads from the P Patch Community Gardens would benefit from participating in this conversation, and would provide strong insight into the farm to food bank work needed in the region. Click here to tell us you’re coming. ” 
To RSVP:
For additional information contact:  
Charlene Hsia, Food System Support Program Assistant
PH: 206.694.6830 | www.solid-ground.org
Solid Ground, 1501 North 45th Street, Seattle, WA 98103-6708

Date for 2017 Spring Gather (Seattle Area gardeners for food banks)

Mark your calendars for the 2017 Giving Gardener Gathering!  We would love to have representatives from all of the Giving Gardens in the area coming together for this gathering!   We look forward to seeing you Friday, February 24th from 6:30-8:00pm at Garfield Community Center.
 
This night will be an opportunity to:
·         Meet with folks from P-Patch, Seattle’s Giving Garden Network, GROW, and Solid Ground/Lettuce Link. Learn where to turn for seeds, starts, and more!
·         Build community with other Giving Gardeners in the area. Share your strengths and tips with others, or reach out for advice.
·         Receive seeds for the new season.
·         Eat and celebrate success of 2016 and the start of a new season!  The dinner is generously provided by Whole Foods.
 
 
To RSVP and/or to order seeds for the next season, please fill out this form:   http://www.solid-ground.org/get-help/food-resources/seed-request-form/