AO Community Garden

Jonathan Parker-Smith has helped out with AO Community Garden since he graduated from Carson-Newman in 2013.  He teaches at Morristown Hamblen West High and, because of COVID-19, he got more time for planting everything from tomatoes to watermelons this spring. – KIMARY CLELLAND | THE STANDARD BANNER

Planted with love and harvested with sweat equity, Appalachian Outreach’s (AO) Community Garden provides everything from tomatoes to a variety of peppers.

The large quantity of free vegetables is distributed to clients at Second Source Thrift Store, AO’s new Outlet Store, their center on Municipal Drive, and various other locations.

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