Project Host was the first soup kitchen in the country to have a garden on site. And this is one garden that earns its keep. It has grown tons of produce for the hungry, and our culinary students always have access to the freshest produce to use when honing their skills. Started in 1998 by Carol McLaurin and Kris Burton – two Master Gardeners who decided their passion for gardening could help people in their community – the Garden has become an integral part of Project Host’s success. Keeping a garden productive takes a lot of work. Maybe you’ve got a serious green thumb, love being outside or just need to play in the dirt for a few hours. The Project Host Garden needs you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.