Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma Composting Initiative

Oklahomans have an opportunity to save money and feed families. Today’s Gazette highlights, Red Dirt Soil Builders, a new initiative of the Urban Harvest Program at the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.  The initiative brings volunteers together  from 9 a.m. to noon every Saturday at the food bank, 3355 S. Purdue. The first hour focuses on education, and the rest is  hands-on work in the garden. To learn how you can become a soil builder or Urban Harvest, contact Bruce Edwards at (405) 604-7108 or bedwards@regionalfoodbank.orgRead full Gazette article here.   P.S. The data printed is from early December. The numbers are actually 60,000 lbs and $7.000 in impact since Oct 09.

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