Carolyn Durance, left, and Zariah Green work together to remove weeds during the after-school program.
“Building their entrepreneurship talents each child has got a talent of their own. Now some has public speaking, we’ve given them a camera, they’ve been photographers, they’ve been making jewelry,” says Marshview Community Organic Farm’s founder Sará Reynolds Green. To learn more about the after-school program, and to see the complete album click the photograph.
We’re getting noticed! The Gullah Project‘s Director Denise McGill talks food and agriculture in this exclusive Q&A with About Harvest’s Nancy O’Mallon. About Harvest provides quality stories about food and agriculture in order to inform, entertain, and connect the public to the food that is on their plates.
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Sará Reynolds Green, in pink, leads students as they transplant greens. From left are Green, Carolyn Durrance, Taylor Linyard, Jameah Moore, Zariah Green, Jameka Young, Janice Baker and Kalila Saunders.
“We’ve taught them how to plant, how to harvest, how to sell, because they’re apart of the customer relations in selling the produce, how to cook, and how to serve,” says Marshview Community Organic Farm’s founder Sará Reynolds Green. To learn more about the after-school program, watch the exclusive interview with Sará by clicking on the photograph.