In the News: UNH Waysmeet Plans Garden to Supplement Pantry

At UNH summer means that students head home and the food on the shelves at the Cornucopia food pantry dwindles. But not this year. This year, thanks to Cathie Plante, an intern at the food pantry; Larry Brickner-Wood, executive chaplain of the Waysmeet Center; and many others, the center will have it’s own community garden. A recent article by Amanda Beland in the New Hampshiretitled “Waysmeet Plans Garden to Supplement Pantry,” told the full story.

“While the generosity of local neighbors, organizations and the N.H. Food Bank are greatly appreciated, the Cornucopia food pantry would like to establish a permanent system that provides for its clients.” Plante said.

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