Bellingham, WA has always been a leader when it comes to sustainability and healthy food, so it’s no surprise that it is the site of the first multi-school “Super FarmRaiser” featuring 14 schools from the Bellingham School District and Common Threads Farm. Parents, friends, and neighbors can support the Common Threads garden education programs at their schools by buying products they already know and love, like Tony’s Coffee, Acme Farms + Kitchen meal kits, and Bellingham Pasta Co fresh pasta.
Each school has its own campaign, but the funds will be combined to support all students who participate in Common Threads Programming.
If you live in Bellingham, or have students in one of the schools above, now is a great opportunity to support these amazing programs while getting something you know you’re going to enjoy.
For more information about the Super-FarmRaiser, see individual campaign sites or read the press release: Bellingham Schools and Common Threads Farm Lead with Healthy Fundraisers.
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