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Concast interview with Martin Hutchison

Local news interview with pastor Martin Hutchison about Camden Community Gardens.

Dear Friends,

Community garden projects... a Going to the Garden retreat in New Orleans... a new rabbit project in the Dominican Republic... grants given so far in 2018... In a world focused on bad news and the latest scandal, take a break and spend a few moments watching the interview above or reading the latest Global Food Initiative newsletter, full of hopeful developments made possible by your support. Download the publication at: www.brethren.org/gfi/stories/. (Feel free to print and share it!)

Thank you for your continued interest in the Global Food Initiative. Your prayers, gifts, and support help alleviate hunger around the globe.

In Christ,
Jeffrey S. Boshart
Global Food Initiative manager
Church of the Brethren
jboshart@brethren.org

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