Our Big Garden
One out of every SIX children in the U.S. is at risk of hunger. For African-American and Latino children, it's one in three.
Big Garden donated 1492 pounds of vegetables to Just Food in 2019.
That converts to essentially 3,000 daily individual servings of vegetables! Nice work Big Gardeners!
The Big Garden is a United Methodist Ministry
Whose goal is to reduce hunger by increasing access to fresh, healthy produce and teaching people to grow, cook, & preserve their own!
The Big Garden has helped to establish
more than 170 community gardens in urban and rural communities throughout Nebraska, Kansas, and Southwest Iowa
Click the image to check out The Big Garden Website
Featuring lots of great information, facts, tips, training, recipes and much more!
How Our Garden Grows
Space available for anyone in the Lawrence community that is interested in gardening!
First Church’s Big Garden Features
4’ x 8’ raised beds for families & individuals
Handicapped accessible raised bed garden
Large “on ground” garden for the Just Food pantry
Good fellowship during our weekly gardening evenings!
An opportunity to feed our bodies and nourish our souls!
Spring is here and work in our Big Garden has begun.
Below are pictures of the work that has started.
Our church garden provides much needed fresh produce to our community through weekly donations to Just Food. Love to garden or want to learn how? We welcome your help and fellowship!
Please contact Rick McCormick: email@example.com
or Dan Harden: firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 Growing Season
See our Facebook page for more photos
July Potato Harvest
When this photo was taken in July the Big Garden had produced 572 pounds of produce.
We have donated all of it to Just Food.