Archive for the ‘Squash Senior Hunger’ Category

04/03/2013

Thanks Phi Sigma Pi

It was a wonderful spring day last Saturday, March 31 in our community garden and we were so excited to have the Phi Sigma Pi group come out and volunteer with us.  They took on several different projects… Some planted ornamental perennials. These plants, though still in winter dormancy, will […]

02/25/2013

UGArden and ACCA to start Weekly Farmer’s Market

ACCA held it’s first Farmer’s Market this morning with UGArden. It’s a shame what you missed by not being here but the good news is, it will be here again next Monday. And the next one. And then next one. Monday mornings at 9 a.m. for ACCA clients and 10:30 […]

10/15/2012

Squashing Senior Hunger

ACCA is so excited about the first OFFICIAL Campus Kitchen at UGA meal going out today to some of our clients!! Look at this great spread of grilled chicken, roasted sweet potatoes, fresh fruit, green salad, wheat roll and a cookie.  This will happen every Monday going forward! Together we  […]

10/04/2012

Campus Kitchen Becomes the First in Georgia

40% of food in America is wasted every year, yet 1 out of 6 people are hungry or at risk of hunger.  That number increases to 1 in 5 in Athens, GA.  Campus Kitchen at UGA is doing something about it.  In the Spring of 2011, Campus Kitchen of UGA […]

09/18/2012

Squashing Senior Hunger with Tomato Plants

ACCA’s Grandparents Raising Grandchildren program would like to give a shout out to Sarah Jackson and the UGArden.  Sarah and the UGArden   helped  the grandparents in our program get over 60 tomato plants for their families this past summer. They are still enjoying home grown tomatoes from these plants […]

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