Capitol Hunger Garden opens seventh year of growing

Capitol Hunger Garden opens seventh year of growing

Members of the Legislative Hunger Caucus were joined by hunger relief organizations outside of the Capitol Wednesday to open the Capitol Hunger Garden’s seventh year of growing.

The Hunger Garden, which sits outside of the House-side entrance to the Capitol, is the most visible symbol of the work of the legislative hunger caucus in working to combat hunger in Pennsylvania, and it’s fruits—as well as vegetables—go directly to a Harrisburg soup kitchen.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016/Author: Jason Gottesman
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