Church makes available free garden space for neighbors

PHOTO COURTESY TERRI HAMMOND

PHOTO COURTESY TERRI HAMMOND

As part of its community outreach and involvement in the 200,000 Reasons childhood hunger initiative, Geyer Springs UMC Little Rock has started a community garden. Any community member or client of the church’s food pantry who wishes to use one of the raised beds in the garden to grow produce may do so at no charge.

Church members Kathy Kline and Kim Jones headed up the effort to make the plots available.