Yesterday was a big day for our school garden project. The garden was bursting with vegetation, so we decided it would make the perfect day for our first official harvest of the season! We were able to glean lettuce, Swiss chard, kale, collards, snap peas, beans, beets and carrots from our seven-bed school garden.
Once the produce was picked, rinsed and sorted, we drove to our local food pantry to drop off our donation. Along the way, we spoke of the importance of helping those in need for God tells us “to be openhanded toward [our] brothers and toward the poor and needy in [our] land” (Deuteronomy 15:11).
If you are interested in donating to the Rock River Valley Food Pantry, visit their web site here.