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Sow Much Good

Sow Much Good

May 25, 2014-- When Robin Emmons first helped her struggling brother transition to a mental health facility, she never imagined that his physical health would so drastically decline. The residents were existing on a diet of canned and sugary foods, the only diet the facility could afford. This is an all too common reality for many living in low income areas. They are cut off from access to fresh, wholesome foods. Robin Emmons was determined to change this. With shovel in hand, she created the Sow Much Good organization -- and, to date, has grown over 26,000 pounds of fresh produce for underserved communities. Read more to realize how one small change can lead to so much good. (11748 reads)

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