A Chicago-area church has created a community garden and farmstand on the church's five-acre site:
'Where heaven and earth meet'
From The Lake Country News-Sun
St. Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church is opening a farmstand on the church's five-acre site at Depot Street and Deep Lake Road.
"We have a garden here with parishioners growing their own produce in 10-foot-by-10-foot areas and we also have a donated garden area nearby. We want to provide the opportunity for our parishioners to grow their own food and to sell food locally," said Pastor Timothy Squier.
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"My goal is to have this church be a player in promoting locally grown produce and at some point possibly expand our efforts by starting a co-op for locally raised meats."
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"Our motto is we are located where heaven and earth meet and where the wind always blows"