Meet the new crop of School to Farm workers

Meet the new crop of School to Farm workers

Transplants head to Montezuma County for a new year of Montezuma School to Farm Project
Emmy Walsh, the Dolores School Garden coordinator, says she found the job as a “pure coincidence of the universe and accepted immediately. The project is precisely what I was looking for without even knowing.”
Maryssa Schlough, Kemper School Garden coordinator, chose AmeriCorps because, “I want to take my skills and the ideas I have learned during my schooling to help the community.”
Michael McMillan, who will be the coordinator at Cortez Middle School, said he chose Americorps because he felt "called to service-oriented work."
The Homespun Supper

The Homespun Supper is Saturday, Oct. 15 at the Farm Bistro, 34 W. Main St. in Cortez.


Dinner begins at 6 p.m. Tickets are $60, and the money will go toward bolstering and sustaining MSTFP in Montezuma County.
RSVP to the event is requested at (856) 340-1655 or MSTFPAmericorps@gmail.com.


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Meet the new crop of School to Farm workers

Emmy Walsh, the Dolores School Garden coordinator, says she found the job as a “pure coincidence of the universe and accepted immediately. The project is precisely what I was looking for without even knowing.”
Maryssa Schlough, Kemper School Garden coordinator, chose AmeriCorps because, “I want to take my skills and the ideas I have learned during my schooling to help the community.”
Michael McMillan, who will be the coordinator at Cortez Middle School, said he chose Americorps because he felt "called to service-oriented work."
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