After producing more than 30 tons of food from dozens of gardens in 2013, Scott County Grow Appalachia is setting its sights even higher for 2014.
Although most Scott Countians are fully entrenched in the holidays, and spring’s thaw and the ensuing planting days seem forever away from the heart of winter, it’s never too early to begin thinking about the upcoming gardening season, Grow Appalachia’s Lisa Cotton says.
In fact, applications are currently being accepted for Grow Appalachia’s 2014 program, and the deadline for those applications is rapidly approaching.To continue reading, please subscribe to the Independent Herald. If you are already a subscriber, email email@example.com to receive login credentials. If you are a subscriber who is logged in and believe you are seeing this message in error, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 423-569-6343.