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8/22 Think We not Me Community Food Growing Program Update

By August 22, 2021No Comments

TWnM Many THANKS go to-

August 17th the incredible PSU First Year Law Students volunteering with us at three of our sites, Fox Hollow (corn), Lipson Fields (Field prep), and Common Ground Organic Farm (Potatoes and Tomatoes): Luke, Denny, Samantha, William, Kendal, Cassandra, Victor, Ava, Erik, Colby, Blake, Megan, Nkechi, John, John, Amira, Kevin, Ryan, Michael, Hannah, Georgia, Dillon, Hannah, Danielle, Julie, Breanna, Nicole

August 16th and 17th at Common Ground, Lipson Fields and Fox Hill: Ken, Joe, Scott, Bob, Vicki, Holly, Bill, Leslie, Tess, Karen and Earl prep work for the PSU First Year Law Students and Wanda, Kari, Tom, and Patty doing delivery


So many Benefitted from this week’s TWnM donations: Clients of the Centre County YMCA, Common Foods, St. Andrews Community Cafe, Nittany Residents, Taproot Kitchen, Housing Transitions Shelter, Strawberry Fields/Stepping Stones, Meals on Wheels, State College Food Bank, Common Food, and Community Action

Some of the wonderful produce that they received: Carrots, corn, plums, pears, lettuce, peppers, potatoes and tomatoes!





If you know of locations willing to post our ‘TWnM Need Volunteers” sign, please let me know….Karen


To Volunteer, please go to our Website:, Log in, Click on Volunteer, Opportunities, and Sign up!    (NOTE:  You MUST log into the Website to be able to Sign Up for Opportunities)

Thank you for your continued interest and help!  Please share our story and Website with others who may be interested in Volunteering with us…    We are limited only by the # of Volunteers we can engage to help us!


If you haven’t……

Please See Town & Gown’s May Issue to read about

Think We, not Me!

From Heart to Table: Think We, not Me is making an edible difference for residents in need, while offering gardening experience and expertise to volunteers