I have to give a shout out to We Sow We Grow. Not only is a local cause to me, but I know the founder, Natasha Nicholes, very well.
We Sow We Grow announced that it has been named the Best Philanthropic Work of the Year in the 6th Annual Iris Awards. The Iris Awards is an annual recognition of individual achievements, collective creativity, and impactful work to honor the art of modern parenthood and its new mediums through the finest expressions in art, commentary, commerce, philanthropy, ideas, and connections while celebrating the emerging industry created by its pioneers and leaders.
Hailed in the blogging community as the highest honor, The Iris Awards, presented by the New Media Council, is the leading awards organization honoring excellence.
The We Sow We Grow Project is dedicated to the furtherance of gardening and farming in an urban landscape through education and service. Fresh fruits and vegetables are possible to grow for all and we seek to remove the fear and reservations of growing your own food through community-powered assistance in an urban ag safe space. We seek to connect growers from all over on any and every level.