Record Harvest this season!

Great end of Season news! This year The Fruitful Field produced over 5,100 pounds of produce! This is almost a full ton more than last year. About 2,500 pounds went to the Give-1 part of shares and food pantries. Many unrecorded pounds of papayas, greens, 

Great greens to Food Pantries

All time record! 110 pounds of collards harvested this morning and headed to a food pantry in North Lauderdale. Great to have NUSLA Wesley working with us on their Spring Break Trip! Thanks to Mission: Layover for working it out with our partner Parkway United 

Today’s charitable harvest

60 pounds of Collard Greens harvested today! These beautiful greens are headed to a soup kitchen in Miami for healthy and happy eating.

First Fall Food Pantry Food delivered

On October 26th we took our first batch of the season’s food to Blessings Food Pantry in Pompano Beach, FL. Daikon, green beans, star fruit and lots of juicy Meyers lemons!

Green Beans for Pantry- Workshop for the Community

Check out what’s starting to grow like crazy in the food pantry plots, green beans! Tasty local organic green beans for hungry folks who visit the Saturday food pantry. As a point of comparison check out similar items at a local grocer: local, but not 

Great sunny workday on Saturday

Thank you marvelous volunteers! What a great day of projects and sunshine at the garden! Remember the work list? Everything got accomplished: 1) The new Food Pantry plot was dug and de-rocked (2 bins of rocks!) 2) Banana circles got remulched and re-sweet potatoe ized 

“Church, community take garden concept to next level”

Check out this article written by the  Methodist conference on the Parkway Tedder Community Garden and its partnering church, Parkway United Methodist. E- Review Article

Food Pantry Greens after the Big Rains

The week ending in December 19th was a momentous one in terms of rain! 7+ inches in two days! Fortunately our food forest and garden plots loved it! No major flooding, just lots of happy plants. Next time we will have rain barrels arranged to catch