On Saturday, March 28, we would have gathered at beautiful Willow Creek Falls with hundreds of friends and supporters to enjoy Feed Fannin’s Bowls of
With help from Feed Fannin volunteers and a host of other community organizations, businesses and churches, Fannin County Family Connection moved in late September into spacious new quarters in a building it now owns.
This is the end of the second growing season for the Mittleider Garden, our showcase experimental garden. Because of the unique soil mixture Mittleider gardens use, the plants establish deep roots, require less water and the beds suffer fewer weeds than standard gardening methods.
It has been a fun, hard-working, educational and expensive summer. Our tractor spent the latter part of the summer in the hospital having transmission surgery, but I am happy to report it has made a full recovery! Here are some of the activities from the garden this summer.
As its inaugural project, the newly formed Garden Research Committee incorporated a garden that Feed Fannin volunteers had built next to the Family Connection Food Pantry using the Mittleider gardening method.