Posts Tagged ‘vegetables’

If you’ve ever worked the soil or spent time in a garden, you know it produces more than a generous harvest of food. The therapeutic element of gardening, the whole metaphor of being able to plant something, nurture it and see it grow and bear fruit is powerful and can be transformative. This year, gardens have sprouted at three different COTS facilities: our Daystation, Main Street Family Shelter, and Canal Street…

Categories: Children, COTS Shelters, Families, Veterans
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Eating well can be a challenge regardless of income bracket. Anyone who has ever been on a budget knows that finding affordable produce can be an especially difficult task. Thanks to the Intervale Gleaning and Food Rescue, the Daystation has been able to serve fresh vegetables every day to our clients.  We serve lunch at the Daystation, 365 days a year, as a part of the services we provide for…

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