Grow Food Grow Hope http://wyso.org en Grow Food, Grow Hope http://wyso.org/post/grow-food-grow-hope <p>T<span class="article-content"><span>he second installment of the SOCHE Talks feature Chris Burns-Dibiasio, Director of Community Relations at Wilmington College. Today she talks about Wilmington&#39;s Grow Food Grow Hope Project. </span></span></p> Sun, 20 Feb 2011 17:34:00 +0000 Juliet Fromholt 1950 at http://wyso.org Grow Food, Grow Hope Wilmington's Homegrown Hope Part 3 http://wyso.org/post/wilmingtons-homegrown-hope-part-3 <p><span class="article-content"><span><em>Clinton County has the highest unemployment rate in Ohio. A local agriculture program called Grow Food Grow Hope in Wilmington is helping during the worst economic crisis the town has seen since the Great Depression. Yesterday, WYSO&#39;s Emily McCord reported on how the program is feeding families as they learn how to garden for food. She continues her series &quot;Wilmington&#39;s Homegrown Hope&quot; at the local farmers market where selling produce and goods is more important than ever.</em><br /> Wed, 12 May 2010 14:27:17 +0000 Emily McCord 5255 at http://wyso.org Wilmington's Homegrown Hope Part 3 Wilmington's Homegrown Hope Part 2 http://wyso.org/post/wilmingtons-homegrown-hope-part-2 <p><span class="article-content"><span><em>Last year, Wilmington College received stimulus money from the Americorps Vista program to bring in volunteers for a project called &quot;Grow Food Grow Hope&quot;. The goal is use local agriculture to help struggling families get food. Yesterday, as part of her series &quot;Wilmington&#39;s Homegrown Hope&quot;, Emily McCord introduced us to Eric Guindon, who returned to work on the project. Today, Emily follows Eric to the backyard of one family that needs a garden.</em><br /><br /><b> &quot;Right Now, There&#39;s Nothing&quot; </b><br /> Tue, 11 May 2010 14:40:57 +0000 Emily McCord 5254 at http://wyso.org Wilmington's Homegrown Hope Part 2