“Grow Some Good” Community Partnership

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Goodfellow Bros. is proud to partner with Grow Some Good and Maui Family YMCA to provide free plants at the Maui YMCA every Saturday until August 1st as part of the Community Garden Program developed to address food insecurity on Maui and promote healthy living.

Grow Some Good has been creating and cultivating school gardens on Maui for a decade, teaching keiki (children) what it means to grow their own food and to understand the importance of local food for local people. Connecting kids with their food source strengthens their connection with their communities and encourages opportunities for students in agriculture, conservation, food education and nutrition. Grow Some Good envisions a food-secure community where local, healthy food is readily available and part of local life.

“We are tremendously proud to partner with two such great organizations to promote healthy living in our community,” said Maui region manager, Bo McKuin. “Come see us at the YMCA every Saturday from noon-2 until August 1st  for your free plant!”

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