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Practicing GRATITUDE

Practicing Green Heart Gratitude   In their Green Heart gardens, our students learn to grow, harvest, prepare, and eat fruits and vegetables. Acquiring these “hard skills” is important, as it helps to build confidence, knowledge, and awareness around their own health and the health of the environment. At the same time, our students are learning […]

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On November 19, 2018
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Dig In! It’s Sweet Potato Season

Sweet. Potatoes. The famed crop of the Green Heart Project gardens! Sweet, savory, creamy — delicious — any way you slice ’em. Follow the journey of this native tuber all the way from the farm to the bellies of our Green Heart Buddies. Back in May, our programs and garden teams planted sweet potato slips […]

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On October 16, 2018
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Our FY2018 Annual Report is here!

Since the close of our FY2018 fiscal year in at the end of July, we have been working hard to complete our FY2018 Annual Report. Now, we are very happy to announce it is here and ready to share with all of our supporters, and with the general public. You can find our Annual Report […]

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On September 6, 2018
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Green Heart’s Going Back to School!

Green Heart’s Going Back to School!

The Back-to-School Fundraiser   We’re taking a short break from our farm-to-table blog series, to highlight the Green Heart Project Back-to-School Fundraiser & Launch Party! Last Wednesday night, our staff, volunteers, board members and supporters gathered on Sullivan’s Island (thanks, Jerry!) for an evening of reflection and goal setting. Everyone enjoyed food and beverages from […]

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On September 1, 2017
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Traveling Basil Arrives at Huriyali (Part 3)

Traveling Basil Arrives at Huriyali (Part 3)

For the third installment of our traveling basil series, we are heading to one of our long time community sponsors, Huriyali Gardens. Huriyali brings fresh, local, and organic bites to Charleston’s North Central neighborhood. They are mostly known for their cold pressed juices and acai bowls, but they also have savory bites. Our Mitchell Elementary […]

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On August 11, 2017
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