Dana Melby and Pete Walton working on at the Community Farm. Photo by Marco Sanchez
Check out the latest video updates from Dana and Pete at PEC’s Community Farm!
Supporting those in need in our community is more important than ever. Everything grown at the farm is donated to Loudoun Hunger Relief. If you’d like to support our efforts at the farm, make a donation at pecva.org/donate. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, we rely on donations to make our work possible.
Dana and Pete checked in with another update from our Community Farm at Roundabout Meadows. The cabbage patch is looking good, despite the recent cold spell!
Dana and Pete are doing amazing work at the Community Farm!! Yesterday, they harvested, packed and delivered 30 pounds of vegetables to Loudoun Hunger Relief.
New update from the Community Farm! Today, Pete took a few minutes to walk us through what he and Dana are doing to prepare the fields for the season.
Supporting those in need in our community is more important than ever. Everything grown at our Community Farm will be donated to Loudoun Hunger Relief. Dana and Pete are hard at work on our Community Farm. We’re so thankful for the work that these two incredible PEC staff members do every day, and we love watching these updates!
While we are postponing volunteer opportunities for at least 8 weeks, our Community Farm Manager Dana Melby is still hard at work at Roundabout Meadows and she wanted to share this update on the progress so far. The Community Farm will continue to be in production throughout this spring in order to donate fresh produce to Loudoun Hunger Relief — which is helping those most in need of food in the county.