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Henderson Settlement ~ Aaron

We have had a busy week, the weather has been amazing , this week alone we have had torrential rains, a thunderstorm, lightening and snow. We have been busy helping the gardeners plan their gardens…

Field Notes: Playing in the dirt

Field Notes: Playing in the dirt
Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program By D.H. This is the first in a series of posts written by survivors of domestic violence who are participating in our farm stipend project. Working on a farm has always…

New High Tunnel Grant

 Just wanted to let every one know about our great news here at LCAAHC.  We are excited, and blessed to be approved for a high-tunnel grant by the NRCS. in Laurel County.  This high-tunnel will be…

PEP Gardens

Well, I have distributed 2.5 tons of organic fertilizer and over 1000 pounds of seed potatoes donated by Society of St. Andrews to Christian Appalachain Project who is one of our partners. Everyone was so…

ASU constructs Drip Irrigation!

Last week, Williamson had the pleasure of hosting a lively bunch of volunteers from Appalachian State University, which is in North Carolina.  The group came as part of their Alternative Spring Break and have spent…

Organic and Growing Families

Most of our Growing Warriors families have young children - and will have children in their gardens . . . and often our conversations turn to discussing how gardens impact families - and how having…

Mujeres Unidas is back

Rain rain go away so we can till today. (Please do not go far we will need you in May) Mujeres Unidas is excited to get another year off and growing! This year Mujeres Unidas…