Harvest Kenora, which was established in 2019 is in the running for $10,000.00 with the Tbaytel For Good Community Fund.
Harvest Kenora operates a Collective Micro-Farm, called Homerun Gardens in the old ball fields in Keewatin, which serves as a skill-share venue for new and experienced gardeners.
This grant would allow the group to increase accessibility by providing amenities to allow people of all abilities and demographics to enjoy the garden. As well, the funding would allow for resources to better serve, educate and enable those who wish to grow food for themselves and others.
They are up against 12 other endeavors and they are encouraging everyone to vote for them. The deadline to vote is Friday, June 11 at 3pm CST and you can vote as many times as you would like!
Jacob Boutwell is co-founder of Harvest Kenora and joined Friday's Q Morning Show! Listen below!