Mary Ann Johnson, right, watches as Marcia Brooks, left, picks some kale during the harvesting of the Gracious Greens Garden Project on The Farm at Dover Vineyards in Concord. First Presbyterian Church partnered with the farm on the project in the Spring of 2014. They have almost reached their goal: a ton of greens delivered to area food kitchens and distribution points for the needy.
Mary Ann Johnson, right, watches as Marcia Brooks, left, picks some kale during the harvesting of the Gracious Greens Garden Project on The Farm at Dover Vineyards in Concord. First Presbyterian Church partnered with the farm on the project in the Spring of 2014. They have almost reached their goal: a ton of greens delivered to area food kitchens and distribution points for the needy. MARTY PRICE Marty Price
Mary Ann Johnson, right, watches as Marcia Brooks, left, picks some kale during the harvesting of the Gracious Greens Garden Project on The Farm at Dover Vineyards in Concord. First Presbyterian Church partnered with the farm on the project in the Spring of 2014. They have almost reached their goal: a ton of greens delivered to area food kitchens and distribution points for the needy. MARTY PRICE Marty Price

Gracious Greens Garden project provides nutritious food for the hungry

June 30, 2015 07:34 AM