Photo Story from Soil Share at Agape Haven of Abundance

On July 11th the story of our soil share was captured as photographs by Jenn Poggi. These images do a great job of illustrating the power of this project as neighbors from across the county came together to contribute what they could to building community through gardening. At a time when there are many forces acting to disconnect us it felt good to connect by getting our hands dirty together.

This Saturday July 25 from 8-12 we will have our final soil share of the season at Flower City Noire Collective on Dewey Avenue. We will have enough soil for everyone and it will be a good opportunity to learn about the amazing work being done by Flower City Noire Collective and any other neighbors who stop by.

Through this project we set out to learn out a little bit more about what it means to meet each other’s needs by sharing in a spirit of reciprocity and altruism. In a very short time we have been inspired by the resources people have been willing to commit to the project. Our community is truly abundant in its willingness to help others. We still have a need for donations to cover our costs and are accepting any other offers to help we receive. We appreciate anything you can offer to the growth and sustainability of this project.

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