Even with the rainy summer, the Lincoln Community Garden is still yielding fresh vegetables for the South Hills Interfaith Movement's Food Pantry, including tomatoes, kale, broccoli, peppers, beans and pumpkins!
Thanks to the Lincoln families who faithfully visited the Garden on a weekly basis over the summer to weed and pick ripened vegetables for the Food Pantry. The Garden produced an average of 15-20 pounds of food per week.
Thanks also to Mrs. Pazuchanics and Mrs. Douds for coordinating this exciting, hands-on learning opportunity that will be featured on WQED's iq: smart parent TV show sometime in the fall.
Once we know the air date, we'll let you know!
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to see some pictures from a recent harvest day.