On Tuesday night I photographed volunteers planting vegetable gardens at the Governor’s Mansion on Capitol Hill in Denver. Grow Local Colorado (GLC) arranged for the food from the gardens to go to Metro CareRing, and Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado helped with the planting.
I heard of the event from Dana Miller, GLC’s director (on the right), and also met Barbara Masoner (in the pink shirt) that night. There were several photographers and at least two videographers there.
GLC has 14 garden plots in Denver that grow food for the hungry. If you already have a garden, you can Plant a Row for the Hungry at home.
More pictures from the planting at the Governor’s Mansion have been posted on Flickr.