Kudos & Kindness
Sierra House growing domes
A heartfelt thanks to the long list of donors and volunteers who made sure that the Sierra House Growing Domes were installed in November and who are are building the inside gardens this winter.
We had donations and in-kind help from: The Aguillon-Wolfe Family, American Century, the Ashmore Family, Scott Brown, the Bryson-Landy Family, the Cade-Bauer Family, the Cook-Fisher Family, Ed Cook Tree Service, the Dobbs Family, El Dorado Community Foundation, the Estrada Family, Jim Ferguson, Full Circle Compost Inc., Gwen Frey, Ron Fuller Construction, the Galles Family, Thomas Haen Co., the Hambel Family, the Hart Family, Healthy Champions for Kids (General Mills Foundation), the Hendricks Family, Kemper Hendrick Masonry, Human Powered, Crayton and Sandy Jones (in memory of), David Jones, Scott and Kim Jones, Kampe Foundation, Lake Tahoe South Shore Chamber of Commerce, Lake Tahoe Sustainability Collaborative (Health and Community Care Committee), the Jacobs-Lowe Family, the Levitt Family, Lowes Charitable and Educational Foundation, the McLean Family, Chip Morrill, the Moss Family, the Perez Family, Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation, Rampant McDuffs Incorp, Rose Foundation, Roxanne Rain, Kari Runyon, Small World, Soroptimists International of South Lake Tahoe, the Souers Family, South Tahoe Refuse, StayClassy donors, the Suarez-Brand Family, the Tannaci Family, The Divided Sky, The Home Depot, John Trocolli, Turn 3 Donors, Turn 3 Inc, Tyson Terpening, Wallace Construction, the Wilson Family, the Wildones Family, Tihisha Vaccaiah and Yonker Construction.
Special thanks to Lake Tahoe Unified School District staff and school board members, the Growing Spaces team, and Susie Sutphin at the Tahoe Food Hub.
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