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Healthy Soil, Healthy Community Initiative

Last Chance to Dig In!


There are just seven days left to register for the Healthy Soil, Healthy Community Initiative. Don't miss the opportunity to receive quality compost and composting tools for your garden.

Composting builds healthy soil, which can increase garden yields and decrease plant pests and diseases.

Register now and your garden could receive: quality compost, a GeoBin compost bin, a composting thermometer, a UGA soil test, an instructional compost sign and a Healthy Soil Resource Guide authored by our community partners.

Food Well Alliance recognizes gardens as a driving force for building community vitality. A devoted team of organizations developed the Healthy Soil, Healthy Community Initiative to help gardens grow from the ground up.
 
REGISTER BY JULY 28TH

Save the Date

Dig In: Connecting Atlanta Through Soil

Saturday, August 29
4p-8p
Truly Living Well Wheat Street Garden
 
Join us for a soil and composting festival to celebrate how community partners are building healthy soil across Metro Atlanta!

Network with other community gardeners, join-in soil activities and enjoy locally-sourced refreshments.
 
UPCOMING WORKSHOPS
ABOUT OUR PARTNERS
Healthy Soil, Healthy Community is a collaborative initiative with the following partners:

*This program is available to community and educational gardens in Clayton, Cobb, Fulton, DeKalb and Gwinnett counties.  

To qualify, your community garden must be open to the public or surrounding community to enjoy, with gardening plots available for rent, use and/or harvest.  Due to the summer schedule, garden accessibility and differing administration rules, this program is not currently open to school gardens.

Up to fifty-four edible gardens will be selected across the five counties based on geographical distribution, density of gardens in the area, size of garden, participation in workshops, and consent to publish garden address and contact info on Food Well Alliance’s website. Priority will be given to existing gardens that are: growing edible plants, have not received a grant from Food Well Alliance in the past 12 months and demonstrate need for soil and composting tools.  

If selected, your garden will receive a Healthy Soil Tool Kit consisting of: a soil analysis from the University of Georgia’s lab,compost to add to your growing area, a GeoBin compost bin, a ReoTemp compost thermometer, a weatherproof how-to compost sign and a soil and composting reference guide.

If not selected, you can still get our soil and composting reference guide and invitations to future soil and composting events and opportunities!

If you have any questions, contact us at info@foodwellalliance.org.


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