As so many of you know, The Cafe holds a special place in the heart of our community & those at Cobblestone Project. It is the story of how a vision for caring for our community can emerge from just about anywhere and bring many together with a single goal of caring for those without.
The Garden initiative has been in operation since Sept of last year and it has continually been in a process of shaping, evolving & finding new ways to serve our Community. In that spirit, we are excited to announce a shift of the Jones Center kitchen team to relocate to the We currently have an incredible
The Cobblestone Project, in collaborative partnership with the University of Arkansas Department of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Services, Downtown Bentonville, Inc., World Garden and with the support of Walmart Stores, is excited to announce the launch of The Farm initiative! The Farm is a new initiative that involves the Cobblestone Project farming land to grow crops that will be used
Four weekends into Cobblestone’s support of the The Garden Initiative, things are moving really fast. We asked Rick to give us a quick update on his thoughts and some potential next steps. From Rick Boosey, Caretaker of World Garden When we started feeding those less fortunate, we had a vision to feed 5,000 per week.
For information on how to get involved, visit The Garden initiative page
Photographs courtesy of see original story “a World Garden kind of day, and they weren’t even open“
Sunday evening a small group of people gathered at a closed restaurant to reverse the usual flow of business and provide free food to those who are hungry in NW Arkansas. With effortless motion,
in one follow-up story from 1,287, KFSM ran a story on World Garden’s Banana Bread Story and Feeding Program in the works. KFSM Channel 5 News Story – World Garden Banana Bread