Nature’s Crossroads Donates Seeds to Cope Environmental Center’s Community Garden
The CEC community garden provides garden plots, seeds, tools, and water for free to community groups in Richmond that would otherwise not be able to grow their own food.
One reason the community garden is able to provide this service is because Cope has received donated seeds the past three years from Nature’s Crossroads in Bloomington, Indiana. The purpose of Nature’s Crossroads is to provide regional growers with Earth-friendly seeds that improve the environment, get people outside, and encourage them to grow their own food. Much of their seeds are locally grown, Midwest-adapted, and/or certified organic.
Nature’s Crossroads supports garden projects in the Midwest which teach people to garden, grow food for the hungry, or revitalize urban areas. The CEC community provides educational programs with community groups on how to garden, donates produce to Rock Solid, and provides gardening resources to residents in the City of Richmond.
We at CEC are grateful for the support of Nature’s Crossroads, and encourage you to check out their webpage at www.naturescrossroads.com. Shout out to a regional businesses that works to create sustainable and accessible fresh food!