Scilla Wahrhaftig checks on the progress of peas in a garden bed at the WC Community Gardens.

Scilla Wahrhaftig checks on the progress of peas in a garden bed at the WC Community Gardens.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Paul and Scilla Wahrhaftig are tending one of their two garden beds at the WC Community Gardens project Tuesday morning. Formerly known as “Grow Food, Grow Hope”, the initiative was created in 2009 in response to the DHL pullout and Great Recession. Among the produce the Wahrhaftigs are growing this spring are squash, tomatoes, peas and onions.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Scilla Wahrhaftig checks on the progress of peas in a garden bed at the WC Community Gardens.

Paul and Scilla Wahrhaftig are tending one of their two garden beds at the WC Community Gardens project Tuesday morning. Formerly known as “Grow Food, Grow Hope”, the initiative was created in 2009 in response to the DHL pullout and Great Recession. Among the produce the Wahrhaftigs are growing this spring are squash, tomatoes, peas and onions.

Scilla Wahrhaftig checks on the progress of peas in a garden bed at the WC Community Gardens.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/06/web1_scilla_p.jpgScilla Wahrhaftig checks on the progress of peas in a garden bed at the WC Community Gardens. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Paul and Scilla Wahrhaftig are tending one of their two garden beds at the WC Community Gardens project Tuesday morning. Formerly known as “Grow Food, Grow Hope”, the initiative was created in 2009 in response to the DHL pullout and Great Recession. Among the produce the Wahrhaftigs are growing this spring are squash, tomatoes, peas and onions.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/06/web1_gardens_p.jpgPaul and Scilla Wahrhaftig are tending one of their two garden beds at the WC Community Gardens project Tuesday morning. Formerly known as “Grow Food, Grow Hope”, the initiative was created in 2009 in response to the DHL pullout and Great Recession. Among the produce the Wahrhaftigs are growing this spring are squash, tomatoes, peas and onions. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal