Mantua: Community Garden Aims to Address Food Insecurity

Mantua: Community Garden Aims to Address Food Insecurity

DUG volunteers organize materials and package excess produce at a garden day on October 23. (Alesia Bani/PN) By  Alesia Bani, Philadelphia Neighborhoods The community garden at the Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships has been working to engage people in the...

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January 2022 Newsletter

January 2022 Newsletter

Seeds are being planted...literally and figuratively! Seeding is happening already! Thousands of future onions were already planted on our special greenhouse heating table. We will be sowing peppers and tomatoes for greenhouse growing next, and then the brassica...

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Three Cheers to Ray!

Three Cheers to Ray!

As 2021 draws to a close, we would like to take a moment to appropriately appreciate and honor our dear friend, leader, and supporter, Raymond Schneider. Since 2009, Ray served as the president of the Trellis for Tomorrow Board of Directors, effectively stewarding the...

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November 2021 Newsletter

November 2021 Newsletter

Growing in New Ways with Trellis for Tomorrow Thank YOU for making October Amazing! Thank you so much to everyone who supported Trellis youth during the Amazing Raise! Your generous donations, social media likes and shares, word of mouth, and good vibes helped us to...

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An Emerald in the Rough

An Emerald in the Rough

Amid the busy streets and close quarters of Northwest Philadelphia, a Trellis for Tomorrow partner and Food for All garden site is having a big impact. Tucked away from view and nestled between an Amtrak line and big brick buildings that once hummed with industry, the...

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Fall Recipes

Fall Recipes

Image: https://www.seasonedsprinkles.com/sweet-and-spicy-roasted-pumpkin-seeds/ As the cooler weather hits, we wanted to share some easy fall recipes that can be made with the help of the whole family! Spiced Pumpkin Seeds This delicious snack comes together quickly...

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November Tips & Tricks

November Tips & Tricks

By Hayden Remick First Frost Forecasting Make sure to keep your eyes on the forecasted frost for your specific location. This can range widely across the region, and even in smaller microclimates that may keep some locations warmer than others. If you see a forecast...

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It’s a Community

It’s a Community

By Layani B “What are your plans for the summer”? While other kids my age decided to spend their summers on their phones or watching TV, I decided to go out into the gardens and get my hands dirty! During my time at the Youth Seed Enterprise Program (YSE), I learned...

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