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Letter carriers’ food drive nets 1.4 million pounds
Nearly 1.5 million pounds was placed in the backs of trucks by U.S. Postal Service
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Thank You Chase
Our newest sustainability project is well under way thanks to Chase's generous 40K donation
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Thanks for all the work fellas!
Mother Nature may be confused with the weather but our "Garden Gnomes" are preparing for Summer.
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Sustainable Living Project Vandalized!
Just last week the Tampa Bay Harvest’s Sustainable Living Project was vandalized and perpetrators stole with over 400 lbs of tilapia fish raised on site over the last 16 months to be harvested and donated to feeding programs. Whoever stole them could have just come in and we could have just given it to them if they were in need. But to destroy and disrupt the aquaponics system which will also help the produce grow was so unnecessary, now the produce dependent on that whole system is going to waste. We are looking to raise $5,000 to replace the fish, repair the aquaponics and other damages, but most of all increase security and surveillance systems to prevent this from happening again.
This garden grows a food network, from the ground up
A can of beans can help make a meal. Knowing how to grow beans, that can be done in perpetuity.
That’s the idea behind Tampa Bay Harvest’s Sustainable Living Project that’s blossoming on an urban lot across the street from Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa.
Tampa Bay Harvest is a not-for-profit organization that helps feed hungry Tampa Bay residents by distributing food to charities. Most of the food is collected by volunteers from supermarkets, restaurants and other food-related businesses. The Sustainable Living Project creates another food source by growing crops such as carrots, yardlong beans, strawberries, watermelons, pineapples and peanuts. The project also incorporates aquaponics to raise tilapia fish on the property at 918 W. Sligh Ave.
The sustainable living project: a view from above
Brand NEW Project!
TBH and More Health have been awarded the needed funds to move forward with a brand NEW Project!
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