Snohomish Community Food Bank Gives Seeds to Gardeners With the Request to Help Feed Local Families

The Snohomish Community Food Bank has a variety of seeds for those who love to grow their own fruits and vegetables. However, there is a catch! The note attached to the packet asks “Please grow an extra row for us!” There is a big selection of seeds: corn, peas, beans, carrots, lettuce, tomatoes, herbs, watermelon and more. They will be handed out at upcoming Parades and at the Food Bank.

After the bounty is harvested, we will happily accept fresh produce at the Food Bank, Monday through Friday, 9am – 2pm. Currently, the Snohomish Community Food Bank is serving 250 – 300 families every week and, through the generosity of this community, we manage to provide a nice selection of food. During the season of fresh fruits and vegetables, we especially enjoy offering good, healthy, wholesome foods.

Supplies are limited, so please stop by soon to pick up your packet! Seeds are courtesy of the Snohomish Fred Meyer and NorthWest Harvest.

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