GardenShare publishes a regular newsletter - several times a year in an e-mail format and a couple of times per year in a paper format.
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Use the links below to view past or current issues.
February 2017 - In Defense of Food, Growing Community Award, Trivia Night
January 2017 - Growing Community Award, MLK Day
December 2016 - Growing Community Award, holiday volunteer opportunities, new faces
November 2016: Farmers Market season wraps up, CCE recognizes GardenShare with award
October 2016: Fight Hunger 5K results, Farmers Markets still going
September 2016: Fight Hunger 5K, Farmers Markets
E-news: Farmers markets, CSA Bonus Bucks, Fight Hunger 5K
Paper news: Hunger Action Month, SNAP at the Farmers Market, Volunteers, Fight Hunger 5K
July 2016: Farmers Market season, Volunteers needed
June 2016: Farmers Markets open, Annual Dinner and Auction
May 2016: CSA Bonus Bucks, Annual Dinner and Auction, SNAP at the farmers markets
April 2016: SNAP at farmers markets, CSA Bonus Bucks, volunteer opportunities
February 2016: Winterfest film, Local Food Guide, Trivia Night, CSA sign-up
January 2016: Growing Community, Winterfest Film, Local Food Guide
December 2015: Growing Community, Winterfest Film, Cabin Fever Trivia Night
October 2015: Youth Summit and Fight Hunger 5K results
September 2015: North Country Food Day Youth Summit, Just Eat It movie, Fight Hunger 5K
August 2015: North Country Food Day Youth Summit, "Just Eat It" movie, farmers markets
June 2015: Farmers markets, local food guide, youth summit, and annual dinner results!
e-news: Changes, local food guide, bonus bucks
April 2015 print news: Updated mission and vision
February 2015: More from Gloria, Trivia Night, CSA Bonus Bucks
December 2014: Growing Community Social, Annual dinner thanks
October 2014: Thoughts from our new director
August 2014: Fed Up! at Cinema 10, the St. Lawrence County Community Food Security Assessment, the Co-op's Baking Fest to benefit GardenShare and more.
June 2014: Swift support for Bonus Bucks, a chance to nominate someone for the Growing Community Award, a Youth Summit update, and more.
April 2014: New farmers' markets, community support for GardenShare, community garden in Hopkinton and more!
February 2014: Cafeteria Man Screening, Grower Workshops, What is a Food Policy Council, and more.
December 2013: EBT sales nearly doubled over last year; Two SLC farmers' markets; Cafeteria Man screening, Trivia Night, and more!
October 2013: Brian and Jenny Walker Growing Community Heros, Youth Summit, Harvest Social, and more.
August 2013: Youth Summit: Registration is ON! Harvest Social Coming Soon, Farmers' Markets update, and more.
June 2013: Youth Summit keynote speaker, Roger Doiron, Fresh Connect boosts EBT value, Pilot Project to bring healthy food to diabetes patients, and a lot more.
April 2013: A preview of our Farmers' Market Promotion Program, CSA Bonus Bucks released, an invitation to receive our Local Food Guide, Town of Canton food sovereignty, some events and more.
February 2013: Potsdam Indoor Winter Market, New Online Farmers' Market, Town of Canton Zoning, 2012 Annual Report, Cabin Fever Trivia, and Queen of the Sun.
December 2012: Queen of the Sun at Canton Winterfest, Farmers' Market Gift Tokens, Share-a-Share, and more!
October 2012: Carlton Doane to receive Growing Community Award, Harvest Social invite, GardenShare gets USDA grant and more!
August 2012: SNAP incentive effective at the farmers' markets, a couple of new ways to donate, processing facility study complete, save the date for the Harvest Social, and more.
June 2012: A look at Farm Bill resources, stretching EBT dollars at the Canton and Potsdam Farmers' Markets, and lots more.
April 2012: Includes information about EBT at Farmers' Markets and CSA, how to get a Wholesale Success manual, a call for volunteers and more!
February 2012: Includes information about a Farm Bill workshop, Small Farm Rising Screening, Local Food Guide Deadlines, Dig In!, NOFA-NY honors GardenShare, and a Wholesale Success Workshop for area growers.
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