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A Letter from Chip – A Farmer, a Watermelon, and a Little Girl

Spring 2022 Dear Friends, A farmer, a watermelon, and a little girl… It almost sounds like the opening line of a joke, doesn’t it? But that’s hardly the reality. The reality is that those three subjects are part of a powerful story that dates back to the humble beginnings MORE>

Partnerships Equal Success

Spring 2022 Tristan Wallack, our Senior Director of Programming and Operations, writes about some of the partnerships that enable America’s Grow-a-Row to be successful in fulfilling our mission. How is it possible that we are already in June? I would not believe it except for the fact MORE>

A Letter from Chip – 20 Years…and Counting!

March 2022 Dear Friends, If you told me 20 years ago when I started a little 30 x 30 foot garden with my four-year-old daughter that our special “daddy-daughter” project would eventually turn into a major farming operation combined with an ever-expanding healthy eating education program AND that we MORE>

Winning, in Any Arena, Requires Thoughtful Planning

March 2022 Tristan Wallack, our Senior Director of Programming and Operations, shares his insight into some of the planning that makes America’s Grow-a-Row successful. I am a longtime NFL fan, and even when my team is not playing or not in the Super Bowl (one day, Cleveland!), I still MORE>

America’s Grow-a-Row Brings Wellness Education to Seniors

March 2022 Shauna Alvarez, our Executive Chef and Programming Lead, has been collaborating this winter to connect with seniors and provide practical nutrition and culinary education. America’s Grow-a-Row has been happy to partner with RWJBarnabas Health and the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey to present to the RWJBarnabas MORE>