High Hopes for Church Garden in Kayenta, Arizona

Pacific Sunrise High Hopes for Church Garden in Kayenta, Arizona

The Navajo reservation in Kayenta, Ariz., ranks among the counties with the highest rates of food insecurity. When Pastor James Crosby spearheaded a vegetable garden on the Kayenta church property, member Lorraine Whitehair was quick to get involved. “I hope that our church can have a flourishing garden so that the church members and the surrounding community can be provided with fresh produce,” Lorraine said. “I hope this can be a part of our church’s outreach.”

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