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Following our blog provides a great way of staying up to date on all past, present, and upcoming events at the Wyoming Food for Thought Project. You will be the first to know if there are any job openings or committee positions, what the Item of the Month is, as well as updates on future programs and more!

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2019 Garden Plot Rentals

Wyoming Food for Thought Project manages the Lifesteps Campus Community Garden at 1514 E. 12st St. on Lifesteps Campus. This Community Garden is a gated, private community garden space that provides 23 individuals and families with a 4'x8' garden plot to rent each summer for just $10. Garden plots will be assigned one per family or individual, on a first-come, first-serve basis. Garden plots will be topped and amended with soil, free seeds are available from our Seed Library at our Program Center (900 Saint John St.), and a water spigot and hose will be available and accessible to garden plot renters for watering your bed. Our online Garden Plot Rental application will go live THIS FRIDAY (A

Thankful Thursday

Thankful Thursday is all about helping raise money and awareness for charities that are important to Natrona County and the surrounding area. So grab your friends and co-workers and make your plans now to join us on Thursday, May 2nd in support of Wyoming Food for Thought Project! Here's what you can expect from a Thankful Thursday event: - Chance to win $500 Cash (just for showing up!) - Food and Drink Specials - Live Auction - 50/50 Raffle and Door Prizes - Loads of Fun! The party starts at 5pm, and the live auction gets underway around 6:30pm. This will be the last Thankful Thursday until this fall, so you won't wanna miss it! Want to get even more involved? Consider donating

Earth Day Celebration and Plant Sale

Join Wyoming Food for Thought Project on Monday, April 22nd from 3pm-6pm, in celebration of Earth Day. Mini workstations will be set up for earthlings of all ages, with dinner to be provided - donations are graciously accepted. Workstations include: - Making and Planting Newspaper Pots - Decorating Garden Markers - and more We will also be selling starter plants! Varieties include: - Tomatoes - Peppers - Squash - Cucumbers - Greens - Peas and Beans - Cauliflower and Broccoli - Eggplant - Strawberries - Raspberry - and more! 4'x8' raised garden beds will also be available for purchase. $175 will get you an INSTALLED, pre-built raised bed filled with our locally-grown compost, as well as seeds

April Item of the Month

Wyoming Food for Thought Project provides a year-round weekend food bag program to food insecure children throughout Natrona County. This includes the average two-day weekends, as well as extended holiday breaks such as Thanksgiving, Christmas and Spring break. During the 2017-2018 school year, we were feeding 700 children throughout Natrona County each and every weekend, totaling 236,388 meals! That is why we are promoting a monthly suggested food item to collect, to help with acquiring more bulk amounts of essential items we need. We do, however, accept and greatly appreciate any and all donations that come through the door, and can assure you that your donation will be used locally. This

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