The short answer is, “As always, we are moving forward patiently.”
The longer answer: “It’s going to be a long road back to 100% capacity, but we are still here to serve the families of Passaic.”
In the midst of the pandemic, we received a “Dig In!” Grant from the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders, which has allowed our women to plant their raised garden beds for the seventh consecutive season. We are grateful to the Freeholders and to everyone at City Green for their efforts to keep the Dig In! program functioning, especially this year.
We are grateful to our special friends who helped to mow the garden area in preparation for the arrival of the women.
We are grateful to Sister Elaine for coordinating the schedule so that we can continue to honor social distancing protocols.
We are grateful to José German of Northeast Earth Coalition for his faithful support. Although the pandemic caused us to postpone the planting for a month, José responded with immediate assistance as soon as we were ready to go.
Because of these collaborative efforts, we are able to continue our response to the food insecurity of the families of Passaic by providing a way for our women to grow their own food.
Thank you and God bless you!
Enjoy the first photos of the season from our garden: