Seeds of Change
Posted July 12, 2012
Pick up this month's Edible Memphis to read how a group of Middle School students 'step up the definition of a worthy summer project'. Their work this summer was putting in raised garden beds at Caritas Village in Binghampton - and is one of three projects by students aimed at fighting hunger in Memphis. Each group received a Seed Grant from the Joseph Orgill III Speakers Series, which comes to campus on October 2 with Yes to Carrots founder Ido Leffler and sustainable food systems activist Ellen Gustafson.
Watch this space for more information on the October 2 event, and for updates about the summer Seeds of Change projects.