Sustainable Living Project’s Fresh Produce Benefits Families in Need, Community at Large

 
The Sustainable Living Project (SLP) is a partnership garden between The Salvation Army and organization called Tampa Bay Harvest (TBH), a nonprofit agency that works to end hunger in Tampa Bay Area.
As TBH continued in their efforts to feed the hungry, one of the major things they noticed was the lack of fresh, healthy food donated to soup kitchens and food banks for the people who need it most. Executive Director, Will Carey, started dreaming about creating a garden that could help solve this injustice.
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