Review of The Garden @ The High Plains Food Bank by TexasRealFood

The Garden @ The High Plains Food Bank in Amarillo, Texas, is serving a full production farm and the cornerstone of the Nutrition Education Program since 2009. After a year, the one-acre site has already 20,000 lbs of "fresh beans, cantaloupe, cucumbers, herbs, lettuce, peppers tomatoes, and many more". But the primary goal of The Garden is not just to produce healthy food but also to "teach others to have organic food in their yard". They have monthly workshops that have a variety of topics for the first time and experienced gardeners. Moreover, they have on-site training year-round that coincides with current projects in the Garden. You can check their website and Facebook page for more information about The Garden. Find and learn from them! 

Locally Grown and Raised Farm Products by The Garden @ The High Plains Food Bank

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