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Transplant fever!

Yvonne Scott, here in Wolfe County: Guess we still need our raincoats and wellies but happily the storms waited until after our workshop last night at the Wolfe County Extension. Our Grow Appalachia folks are…

Help from Service Learners

We had two weeks with three groups of college students earlier this month at ASPI. Students from Loyola, Emory, and Notre Dame chose to spend their spring break volunteering with us. These service learners spent…

The FIRSTSSSSSS

The FIRSTSSSSSS
I feel like the last few weeks have been nothing but firstssss on everything!  Good Spring everyone from Rural Resources in East Tennessee.  Debbie, Appalachia Cares/AmeriCorps, here again to share what has been happening in…

Getting Seeds Started!

Getting Seeds Started!
Greetings from Abingdon VA!  Deni here, reporting in on all the great seed starting that's been happening around and all the great volunteers we've had helping us out. First, I want to thank the students…

SPRING!!!!!!

SPRING!!!!!!
Hey, this Justin at the Red Bird Mission Grow Appalachia. Spring has really came finally, the days have been beautiful and the gardens are dry enough to till.   This week we have been helping…

Time: What we can Plant Now

Time: What we can Plant Now
-Bea Sias, LEAD, Grow Appalachia Logan West Virginia As we all know certain vegetables have to be planted at certain times.  Vegetables like peas, cabbage, greens, lettuce, onions and potatoes are the first vegetables that…