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Caring for our community a tomato at a time.🍅

“We [gardeners] have knowledge that can improve our communities exponentially.”

-- Horticulturist Brie Arthur

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One winter workshop remaining! - $10

Cultivating mushrooms indoors

Tuesday, March 12, 7 pm
Clyde Lake, co-owner, Virginia Spores & More

Fairfax County Master Gardeners: Extension Agent Adria Bordas has approved these programs for CEUs.

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hands on harvests provides seeds, seedlings, mentorship and plots in our community gardens so people can grow food for themselves or to donate.

How to get involved

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Why we do it

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How your dollars lead to more fresh food
in the community

Donations also may be sent to

PO Box 6547, Falls Church VA 22040.

  • $5 — Pair of garden gloves or a watering can.

  • $15 — 2 cu ft potting soil for potting up Grow A Row seedlings or to fill two 5-gallon growbags.

  • $50 — Planted, assembled self-watering bucket or Homegrown Harvest container garden with gardening book, gloves, trowel, watering can, 5-gallon growbag, soil, and plants.

  • $75-100 — Water bath canner or food dehydrator for a food preservation library.

  • $250 — 4’ x 8’ untreated cedar raised bed or metal planting trough.

  • $500 — Complete 4’ x 8’ raised bed with topsoil, compost, a year of plants, and basic tools.

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"Why try to explain miracles to your kids when you can just have them plant a garden."

Robert Brault

PO Box 6547, Falls Church VA 22040

admin@handsonharvests.org | EIN 87-1609942

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