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GardenShare recruiting volunteers for park clean-ups (Thu, 2017-04-13) Farmers Markets open soon - getting the parks ready

With Farmers Markets in Canton and Potsdam opening in mid-May, GardenShare is organizing volunteers to do some spring cleaning in the parks.

GardenShare 2016 Annual Report (Tue, 2017-04-11) Annual Report now available online

 GardenShare's Annual Report is now available here.

The report highlights GardenShare's 2016 work, successes, and challenges.  GardenShare made great strides in helping lower-income households obtain fresh, healthy, locally-grown food, but there is so much still to do.

We are developing new ideas for how we can further our work and welcome you input.  Call us at (315) 261-8054 or e-mail at info@gardenshare.org.

Open House at new GardenShare office (Tue, 2017-04-04) Stop by to see our new space and learn more about our upcoming plans

Join us during National Volunteer Week to celebrate our new office space, recognize St. Lawrence Health System for hosting us, and thank all of the volunteers and donors who made it possible!

Tuesday, April 25, 2017
4:00 to 6:00 PM

88 SH 310
(Just north of the human services building
in Canton, please use rear entrance)

Keep up with the GardenShare blog (Sun, 2017-01-01) The GardenShare team provides regular updates on food issues in the North Country

 Interested in what's going on in the food world and how it connects to Northern New York?  The team at GardenShare will keep you up to date on food insecurity with regular posts on a blog.

GardenShare partners with United Way (Sun, 2017-01-01) GardenShare partners with United Way of Northern New York

 GardenShare is now a partner with the United Way of Northern New York.

This partnership will allow GardenShare to apply for funding through the United Way campaign.  To receive funding from United Way, the program must be unduplicated, meet a real need, show positive and specific results and have a positive effect on community health and well-being.

Sustainers Support GardenShare (Thu, 2013-06-13) Anyone can join GardenShare's Sustainers Circle to help build an equitable, sustainable regional food system.

GardenShare's Sustainers Circle is a group of individuals, businesses and organizations who commit to support GardenShare for three or more years.

As a small organization, we are very much at the mercy of economic instability, state and federal budget wrangling, and just plain difficult times. A commitment of support helps us plan ahead, and ensures that we'll have money in the bank to continue to run our flagship programs that help make our community a great place to find fresh, local food, regardless of income.

News Archive

Hammond and Massena Farmers Markets Open, Joining those in Canton, Gouverneur, and Potsdam (Wed, 2016-07-06) All five St. Lawrence County farmers markets now open for the season
Farmers Markets Open (Fri, 2016-05-27) Canton, Gouverneur, and Potsdam farmers markets open
Farmers Markets Open (Fri, 2016-05-06) Canton and Potsdam Farmers Markets Open for Season
GardenShare seeks interns for Summer and Fall Semester (Thu, 2016-04-21)
GardenShare marks 20 years of service to the community (Thu, 2016-01-21) Reflections on the beginning of GardenShare on our 20th anniversary
2016 Local Food Guide (Mon, 2016-01-11) Time to get your listings in for the 2016 Local Food Guide
Canton Middle School students meet with Assemblywoman Addie Russell (Fri, 2015-12-18) Students working on bringing local food into school cafeteria
Give the gift of healthy food (Wed, 2015-12-09) Gift tokens for area farmers markets
GardenShare is hiring! (Tue, 2015-12-08) Part-time outreach coordinator to promote SNAP usage at Farmers Markets
Announcing the 2015 Growing Community Award (Thu, 2015-12-03) GardenShare honors Bob Washo and Flip Filippi