Youth Grow Vegetables To Feed The Hungry

— Nevada Green Institute

Thank you!

Youth Grow Vegetables To Feed The Hungry

— Nevada Green Institute

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Did you know...

Fifteen percent of Carson City, Nevada population lived in poverty from 2008-2012. Local Food Banks cannot keep up with the need for food assistance.

How you can help

In 2014, The Greenhouse Project provided 4,000 pounds of vegetables to local Food Banks and to the Carson High School Culinary program. To meet the growing need for fresh vegetables, this project will expand access and support local fresh food systems for those in need, and promote healthy eating. It will continue providing job-training skills for young adults, including special needs students.

About this nonprofit

Nevada Green Institute’s mission is to promote public awareness and discussion about innovative ideas, technologies, and practices that foster a sustainable environment. Our strategy to build such awareness is by linking regional knowledge for a sustainable future. We foster knowledge partnership to define issues and solutions to build adaptive capacity to deal with technological change.

Check them out at: http://www.nevadagreeninstitute.org/

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