A Humanitarian Solution to Poverty and Hunger 

Presenter: Althea Llewellyn, Director of Education at the Reeves-Reed Arboretum in Summit, NJ
Tuesday January 18, 2022 @ 1:30pm / via Zoom only.

Created by Mel Bartholomew, Square Foot Gardening is an innovative method of growing vegetables, herbs and flowers in a small space with minimal effort, time, tools and water. Learn the basics of Square Foot Gardening and how schools across the nation and international humanitarian groups around the world are using this method to make inroads against poverty and hunger.  

View or print the full flyer HERE.

This program is co-sponsored by The Jewish Federation in the Heart of New Jersey.


Registration Fee: Free and Open to the Community

TO REGISTER: Call the JCC Front Desk at 732-494-3232 or to register online, please click HERE.

Once registration is completed, you will receive a Zoom invitation prior to the program. Registration closes at 12pm on January 18. Registration fees are per person, not per household. Sorry, no refunds.