New Port Richey, FL (Sept. 21, 2015) – At the recent open house for parents of students attending Gulf Middle School were various local organizations who were invited by Amy Marin, the school’s parent and community organizer. Among the nonprofit groups building awareness about their missions and goals were Friendship Farm and Fares, the East Madison Growers Association, the Nature Coast Real Food Project and members of the City of New Port Richey’s Environmental Committee.
This is an annual event at the school shortly after the new school year begins. “Gulf Middle School is an important part of our community. It is a center of learning and human development. All of us should do all that we can to enhance the learning and development occurring here. Friendship Farms & Fare is happy to share and support the wonderful vision of Gulf Middle School,” said Dell deChant who attended the gathering.
More information about each organization can be found at websites below:
Friendship Farms & Fare affirms and advances agrarian ideals to reestablish a sustainable culture
Nature Coast Real Food Project is a non-profit dedicated to educating the community on the benefits of Chemical Free Food. Through that process we educate and mentor micro-growers.
East Madison Grower’s Association a “growing” group of neighbors dedicated to the visual and social improvement of New Port Richey’s East Madison neighborhood.
Environmental Committee, City of New Port Richey meets the last Monday of the month at the New Port Richey Public Library at 6 p.m.