Canadian Foodgrains tries new model of charity crop-growing

September 16, 2016


[Anglican Journal] There’s a new sign on a 41-acre (17 ha) cornfield in Vineland, Ontario. 

Towering over local farmer Larry Dyck, the orange sign bears a photo of a smiling child, and the words “Grow Hope” in big letters. In smaller type, underneath, are the logos of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank and Bethesda Services, a Mennonite-run organization for people with special needs.

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