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Erie-GAINS Volunteers Safely Get the Gannon Goodwill Garden Growing

Volunteers spent the morning at the Gannon Goodwill Garden safely preparing for a new growing season.

Volunteers spent the morning at the Gannon Goodwill Garden safely preparing for a new growing season.

The Gannon Goodwill Garden produces over 500 pounds of produce for neighborhood food pantries annually; today Gannon University Erie-GAINS helped safely get the gardens started with eleven volunteers as they repaired, planted, and cleaned the garden in preparation for the new season. 

"Thanks to everyone who helped out! Dr. Chris Magno grew and donated kale, tomatoes and cabbage! Again, thank you to everyone," shared Erie-GAINS on their Facebook page. 

The community is encouraged to keep an eye on Get Connected Erie for future volunteer opportunities, as well as following Erie GAINS on social media on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Gannon University Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge (I-HACK)

Gannon University Begins Construction on Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge. Learn more about I-HACK.