Group Turns Forgotten Land into Community Gardens


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Well House provides temporary housing to the homeless in South East Grand Rapids, Michigan. But they do more than just offer a bed to those in need.

They also have a handful of community gardens, including one they recently started on reclaimed land from the local land bank.  Residents can work in the garden and grow healthy food they can eat themselves.

Well House also sells some of their fruits and vegetables at a weekly market behind their main property, Wednesdays from 4PM-7PM.

Check out their Facebook for more ways you can get involved! 

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