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  • Plant the Seed

    Published September 1, 2014

    The Boston Food Justice YAV program ended 2 weeks ago and since its end I have been doing some soul searching and job searching. I'm back at home readjusting to life in my hometown and trying to figure out where I go from here. Part of me know what I want to do and is ready to get started. Another part of me is holding on to my old ways, my apprehensive ways.

    I want to build gardens. I want to build gardens that provide produce to those in need. I want these gardens to be a place where ...

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    From Food and Faith

  • Spotlight on Bardstown Road Presbyterian Church

    Published August 27, 2014

     

    Bardstown Road Presbyterian Church in Louisville, KY is one of the PCUSA certified Earth Care Congregations which is now pursuing the dual certification with GreenFaith. Their enrollment into the GreenFaith sustainable congregation program both recertifies the congregation with PCUSA Earth Care Congregations and gives them room to grow through this interfaith program with new emphases.

     

     

     

    Earth Care team leader Bill Bowman, who has been involved in Presbyterian environmental circles for over a decade, says that GreenFaith gives the church new areas to try. Bowman explains that GreenFaith “will help us push our limits a bit. If we are going to ...

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    From Eco-Journey

  • Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church dedicates community-support solar system!

    Published August 26, 2014

    Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church dedicates largest community-supported solar system in West Virginia; Launches new model making solar possible for any community group in West Virginia

    Tuesday, August 26, 2014

    For Immediate Release

    Contact:          Dan Conant, Solar Holler                                          (802) 595-0338
                            Than Hitt, Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church  (304) 268-4886

    Shepherdstown, WV—In a first of its kind project, residents and businesses in this West Virginia small town have come together to do what was once out of reach—making solar power accessible for any church or non-profit in one of the most coal-dependent states in America.

    Tuesday morning, Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church members, project organizers ...

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    From Eco-Journey

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