Are you growing a garden in your backyard or have a few containers of tomatoes on your patio? Do you know what you will do with any extra veggies you might grow this summer?
Colorado State University Extension has a solution for your overabundant garden and can help you make the most out of your harvest — it’s called Grow & Give. Through the Grow & Give program, you can donate those extra zucchinis, tomatoes and beans to a local food pantry or a neighbor in need and make a positive impact on others.
The Grow & Give program was created in spring 2020 as a modern victory garden project to help Coloradans learn to grow food, share their harvest and keep it in their local communities.
Back then, you might remember people flocking to garden centers across the state to empty the shelves and buy up all the seed