After a wet winter and temperatures near freezing at the latter part of April, May has arrived with dry, sunny days. There are exciting, yet challenging things that have been happening in the garden over the winter.
Feed Fannin’s signature event of the year, Bowls of Hope, drew a capacity crowd in 2018, with $14,300 in ticket sales alone.
Springtime temps and the promise of colorful flowers and garden greenery brought 16 local residents out to Feed Fannin’s first class of the year at Quinn’s Greenhouse in McCaysville on March 17.
The Feed Fannin Education Committee held two very successful classes in August and early September, continuing the Feed Fannin mission to inform, educate and train members of the public who want to learn to be more self-sufficient in growing, preserving and preparing their own food.
If the Ada Street Farm is the heart of Feed Fannin, then our volunteers are its soul. Feed Fannin began eight years ago with one simple vision—to grow vegetables to help feed the hungry in Fannin County.