Early on the morning of April 21, Inglewood Farm Harvest Barn will be the center of activity. Imagine---a 5k running on the roads of the farm and then coming back and enjoying the Farmers Market---Only at Inglewood Farm. All proceeds from the 5K go to support the Good Food Project. The Good Food Project works to connect children with healthier food options, healthier behaviors and improved health outcome. The Good Food Project's organic school gardens are creating a
We at the Good Food Bank encourage children to help cook. When children help with cooking something they helped grow, it is amazing how much they love their new found food. Recently, The Good Food Project was visiting the Hope House and helping children and their mothers prepare a meal from the garden and things just happen. The little girl said," Now look what you did, you made me like vegetables". That is what we call creating a culture of health in Central Louisiana. T
In just one day and a month the Inglewood Classic 5K will take place on the historic grounds of Inglewood Farm. The sun will be rising early that morning with the crops covered in sparkling dew. Its a great place to watch the sun rise. Workers will be getting the race preparations ready and soon the farm will be busy with those their to run to victory and those there to walk for fun. But all will be there for a good cause. The Good Food Project. The Good Food Project h
Students at Lessie Moore elementary school have been growing collard greens in their school garden. They were harvested earlier this month. Students then got to help prepare them for a snack. Yummy. Students at elementary school all over Central Louisiana are learning to adopt a "culture of health"