Read all about it! Good Cheer’s spring newsletter is online

Good Cheer’s newsletter has a new look and will be hitting mailboxes next week. But why wait when you can check out the online version here? Read on for more about Good Cheer, The Big ACRE, this year’s Community Gardening Leadership Training program, which Good Cheer is a partner in, and fresh food donation tips for sharing … More Read all about it! Good Cheer’s spring newsletter is online

The Application for the Community Gardening Leadership Training is still open!

The search for four apprentices to be in our Community Gardening Leadership Training Apprenticeship is still on! One apprentice will mostly work with us at the food bank garden and new farm project, one will be at the Whidbey Institute Westgarden and two at the South Whidbey School Farm and Gardens. While each apprentice is … More The Application for the Community Gardening Leadership Training is still open!

Apply to come work with us on Whidbey!

We are thrilled to announce that the application for the 2016 Community Gardening Leadership Training is now open! One apprentice will be selected to work specifically with us at the Good Cheer Food Bank Garden, but will also gain experience at our two partner gardens: the Whidbey Institute Westgarden, and the South Whidbey School District Farm and … More Apply to come work with us on Whidbey!

Community Gardening Leadership Training 2015

Looking for a meaningful apprenticeship in a wonderful place? Consider moving to Whidbey Island to help grow food for the Food Bank, for our schools, and for partner non-profits through our Community Gardening Leadership Training! Find more information about the program, and the applications here. Contact for more information: Abigail Lazarowski, cultivatingcommunitywhidbey@gmail.com 802-377-9487

Our bountiful Pacific Northwest Spring…

Tomato blossoms, fresh peas, blooming cosmos and calendula, zucchini starts, and beet thinnings: there’s a lot going on in the garden right now. Slowly but surely is color being added to the garden. Shocks of yellow tomato flowers, red poppies, white pea blossoms, and lavender phacelia now compliment the deep purples and greens of the … More Our bountiful Pacific Northwest Spring…

Tilling and terracing at the South Whidbey Academy Garden!

   The South Whidbey Academy Garden is taking shape! The grassy slope is being turned into an outdoor classroom for science and sustainability curriculum, and the produce grown will go to Good Cheer Food Bank! The terraces will be ready to plant soon, thanks to the hard work of students in Michele Sakaguchi’s class.    … More Tilling and terracing at the South Whidbey Academy Garden!