Blog

Archive for July, 2011

dateJuly 12, 2011 userPosted by:

Drum Roll Please! (Back To School Announcement!)

3 Bags in 2 Days is proud to announce a “back to school” opportunity that has come up for us!   We will be partnering with First United Methodist Church and Samaritan’s Feet to help provide kids in the Bentonville School District with school supplies, shoes and hygiene items! They will be supplying 350 students […]

dateJuly 4, 2011 userPosted by:

the homeless man who made me rich

My wife and I have been volunteering at Laundry Love in Rogers for about a year and a half and were recently asked if we could lend a hand down in Fayetteville. June was our first time at Laundry Love Fayetteville and we loved it.  Each Laundry Love has it’s own environment & community, and

Read More

dateJuly 3, 2011 userPosted by:

The Farm Weekly Update…drought conditions!

No surprise, but it’s HOT outside. We haven’t had any significant rain in the past month, and it’s beginning to take it’s toll on The Farm. Unfortunately, the 10 day outlook doesn’t show much hope for rain either. We have been irrigating non-stop, but it’s been hard (& really expensive) to keep up with the

Read More

dateJuly 3, 2011 userPosted by:

Kicked out & nowhere to go…

so, as I have posted a few times over the past couple days, the camp is gone. the police raided tons of camps in Fayetteville over the weekend, arresting people and destroying camps. I knew I had to go check on my friends. I was anxious as to what was going to be seen. it […]

tagTags: ,

pushpinCategories: 3 Bags in 2 Days,Community

dateJuly 3, 2011 userPosted by:

From Pitchforks to Tractors…

We wanted to give a quick look at how simple the first phase of harvesting potatoes at Cobblestone Project Farm thanks to Williams Tractor in Fayetteville. Without this tractor, we would not be able to produce a potato harvest at this scale (est. at 7,500 lbs).  Last year with pitchforks we literally spent hundreds of

Read More

tagTags: , , ,

pushpinCategories: Featured,The Farm