Down at the Farm!

It’s hard to believe July is almost over. The heat over the past month and a half has been hard on all of NW Arkansas, and we are so grateful that we still have produce. That is a true testament of our community and our hard working farm team. We’ve come a long way this season, and we are still seeing the fruit of our community’s labor. We continue to be thankful of everyone who has made this Farm season possible.   Our Amazing Community Thanks to everyone that joined us the past couple of weeks at The Farm for maintenance and harvesting. We are especially thankful...

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Getting in the Swing of Summer

We have had a great couple of weeks at The Farm. The weather  has been beautiful and our summer crops are coming in nicely. It has been a blast seeing familiar faces and meeting new ones during the weekend Harvest Parties. Our Amazing Community Big thanks to those who came out to The Farm the past few weekends. We have enjoyed blackberry cobbler made by one of our wonderful volunteers, made with Farm blackberries and eggs. Also, a huge thanks to the West Ozark Deanery Youth Group who helped prune the tomatoes. The Neilsen group picked blackberries, processed potatoes, and picked tomatoes....

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Fayetteville Men’s March Against Violence

On Oct 28th, will you join with others in our community to stand against Domestic Violence? Connect on Facebook at Facebook.com/FayettevilleMensMarch

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Curtis…

..the Our Step program has been quietly moving forward over the past year, and this month we have the unique privilege of being able to share publicly Curtis’s story of hope. Curtis is the 7th Our Step candidate to enter the program & it is a true honor to come alongside him during this season of his life to watch his story of hope come to life.  Curtis now has a job at the Samaritan Thrift Shop, a place to call home through Our Step, and most importantly a new outlook on life. Our Step is a collaborative housing initiative started by Seven Hills Homeless Shelter, Northwest ...

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2011 NW Arkansas Homeless Census – Info & Call for Volunteers

As of January 2009, University of Arkansas Community & Family Institute estimated there were 1,287 Homeless People in NW Arkansas of which half were under the age of 18. On January 27th & 28th, a new NWA Homeless Census will be conducted to better understand how the issue of homelessness has changed in our community over the past 2 years. Volunteers are needed to collect this critically important information, and you can help. Please email Wendie Choudary (wchoudary[at]gmail.com) with your contact information if you would like to volunteer. Additional details available by downloading...

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