Growing your own container garden brings many benefits, such as spending less money in the grocery, controlling when you harvest your food, providing healthier options for your meals, and encouraging you to get in touch with nature. That is what the REACH project aims to teach to families all over Texas. The REACH project is a local non-profit organization that educates families on how to build their farm gardens.
“The whole concept is to provide all the tools, resources, and environment that individuals need to reach their fullest potential. Whether that be in healthy eating, urban gardening sphere, whether that be in the educational sphere,” said the REACH project’s founder, Max Garell, “We do credit score, credit repair, personal finance, ESL classes, GED classes, we really cover the whole gamut.”
The REACH project is also considering starting a co-op urban garden where families can get together to practice their skills and provide new opportunities.
You can learn more by watching the video at this link: https://www.kxxv.com/brazos/the-reach-project-holds-family-farm-day-helps-families-build-their-own-container-garden.