10 Stories of Impact: Emery Thomas
Sep 18, 2017
“When I came into the Growing New Farmers Program, I really didn’t know what I was going to do. …Now I know that I want to be a farmer and I am ready to take the next steps that it requires to be one.”
- Emery Thomas, 2016 Growing New Farmers Program graduate, currently working with Spade & Clover Gardens
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Throughout Lowcountry Giving Day, September 19, we will share 10 Stories of Impact from individuals who have been touched by our work in some way over the last decade. We hope these short quotes will inspire you to think about the impact the local movement has had on you. Share your story on social media and tag #LoveALocal.
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