In honor of Earth Day and the weather warming up, some of our team prepped the land and planted vegetables at a local community garden.
The Crossroads Community Garden is made up of 60 10ft x 10ft plots, open to all citizens to own and garden for the summer. The Crossroads Presbyterian Church seeks volunteers from April through summer to plant and maintain their portion of the plots. All produce grown on their plots is donated to food pantry nonprofits such as the Hospitality House.
Committed to empowering our team members, our charitable volunteer program encourages members to volunteer throughout the year for causes we are passionate about.
“The marketing team spent the afternoon at Crossroads Community garden this week, tilling the ground and then individually planting hundreds of sugar peas, onions and beets. Last year Crossroads Community garden was able to donate nearly 3000 pounds to the…
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