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A Letter from Chip – Do You Remember Me?

September 2021 Dear Friends, Do you remember me? That was a question presented to me by a young boy who recently came out to America’s Grow-a-Row through one of our partners, Bonnie Brae, a local residential and therapeutic program for boys in crisis. This young boy, along with some MORE>

Seed to Table

September 2021 Tristan Wallack, our Senior Director of Programming and Operations, shares information about a new pilot program at America’s Grow-a-Row. Earlier this year one of our regular volunteers from a local New Jersey company, Techwave, asked us an interesting question. Did we have any connections to Houston? He MORE>

A Letter from Chip – What you can glean from our three pillars

June 2021 Dear Friends, Grow, Glean, Give. Most likely, if you have volunteered with America’s Grow-a-Row or read about us, you are familiar with our three pillars. The Grow and Give pillars are somewhat obvious. As you would expect, we “Grow” produce for those faced with hunger. And we MORE>

We’re All Bees-ness at the Farm

June 2021 Tristan Wallack, our Senior Director of Programming and Operations, shares an update from our Pittstown farm. If you have been following our social media, you may have noticed some posts about the re-introduction of honeybees onto our farm. Through generous funding from Wakefern Food Corp. (the cooperative MORE>

A Letter from Chip – Small Groups = Big Impact

March 2021 Dear Friends, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” You might have heard this quote before from Margaret Mead, the popular anthropologist, author, and speaker from the 1960s and 70s. Though her MORE>