Celebrating Earth Day with Project 7

Thursday, April 19th is Earth Day & the Cobblestone Project is partnering with Project 7 to “Save the Earth” by planting fruit trees that will provide food for families in Northwest Arkansas. Project 7 has teamed up with Walmart, Caribou Coffee, and other retailers to plant 2 million fruit trees back into the earth through the sale of their “Save the Earth” products. 2 million trees that will combat deforestation, fight erosion, provide oxygen, add moisture to the air, and provide food for families. The great news is that some of those fruit...

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January Cobblestone Project Update

The Farm The 2011 season for The Farm is underway! It is hard to believe the opportunities that have presented themselves over the past few months and we are truly excited about what is ahead. We are excited to announce that the Cobblestone Project Farm is moving to Fayetteville.  New Heights Church in Fayetteville has graciously donated the use of 10 acres of their land in West Fayetteville to be the new home of the farm. This move will greatly expand the scope of The Farm to include:  expanded food production capacity, work share programs to create commerce & jobs,...

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the Incredible Hearts of Bella Vista…

On Sept 12th, Sue Rowen, Pat Okeson, Mary Middleton and Jan Horswell represented Cobblestone Project at the Bella Vista Community Outreach Fair and it was beautiful. Browse a few pictures and then read on… …we are honored and humbled by the incredible actions of these incredible ladies. Their hearts and actions are moving communities to love unconditionally and serve our neighbors in need. Truly inspiring. At the fair these ladies showcased the various initiatives to include Shear Kindness, Laundry Love Project, Our Step and the Harvest feeding program with World Garden in...

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Bella Vista Good Neighbor Food Drive…Primrose Lane & Piccadilly

Bella Vista Good Neighbor Food Drive brought in just under 500 lbs of food. The amazing thing is that was in just 21 homes. It was really well received on our two streets, Primrose Lane. & Piccadilly. Mike Campbell and my daughter Lauren and son Matthew, Scott Herron and his son Brady

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When a “Good Neighbor Food Drive” Becomes More About the “Good Neighbor” than the “Food Drive”…

Below is a story from a Bella Vista neighborhood on part of their experience during their Good Neighbor Food Drive (story told from their perspective)… Before the food drive, we were walking the neighborhood to put notices on the door and one of our neighbors was already prepared and waiting for us with eight or so bags already filled He started to carry the bags out to our car, and I got out to help open the trunk. I said to him, “this is great, you out did yourself. This is so much more than we had hoped for.” He just looked back at me and said, “Well, I won’t...

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