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Grow Feed Change Project

2022

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Registration is now open for the 3rd year of our Grow Feed Change Project (GFCP)!  The project is an ongoing  community relief effort that launched in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The GFCP provides fruit and vegetable plant starts and seeds FREE of charge to residents in the rural communities of Beulah, Colorado City, Cuchara, Gardner, La Veta, Rye, San Isabel, Walsenburg and their surrounding areas, as well as Bessemer and the residents of the Smelter Superfund Site. 

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The Grow Feed Change Project aims to increase community resilience by eliminating financial barriers to growing fresh, nutritious foods while increasing food security and decreasing reliance on strained supply chains. Registering for the Grow Feed Change Project helps ensure that We Are FARMily staff and volunteers grow and acquire enough plants and seeds to meet the demand of interested residents.  NOTE:  Any local registrants outside of the listed communities will be placed on a wait list in the event additional starts and seeds are available.  ALL distributions of plant starts and seeds are in person and WILL NOT be mailed/shipped.

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