Food is Free Washington are excited and happy to announce that Hal Meng, Executive Director at the Food Preservation Society, will be presenting a series of six food preservation classes in 2022!
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If you do decide to plant seed starts inside, there are a few things to consider which will help you have a greater degree of success with this project.
The Victory Garden Movement was able to produce 40% of the national consumption of fresh produce in 1944, with over 8 million gardens planted.
Vote for Food is Free Tacoma to win the Seahawks Tundra! We’ll put it to great use, fighting hunger and giving hope to neighbors who need it for years to come.
There is still time for you to apply! The application deadline for our AARP sponsored Food Independence Gardens (FIGs) has been extended through the end of October! If you would like a FIG built and meet the requirements listed below please apply now!
Don’t get us wrong – food banks serve an important purpose.. The food bank model, however, has a lot of problems. It’s time for us to make a commitment, and build real food security infrastructure to help our neighbors.
If you have everything you need, open your heart to others, and to those who are trying to help them. Let’s all make the world a better place by sharing.
The Date Picker in our forms is a little quirky. You can click on the Month or the Year in the calendar to pick the Month and Year, but it isn’t obvious you can do this. This article contains an illustration to help you navigate the date picker element of FIFW forms.
6 Ways to Know That Your Apples and Pears Are Ready to Pick – Follow these simple tips to learn when your tree is ready to harvest.
Let’s talk about green lacewings – there is no other better predator to consume vast quantities of eggs and the soft bodies of aphids, mealy-bugs, spider mites, leaf hopper nymphs, caterpillar eggs, scales, thrips, and white-flies.