Mpumalanga Graskop Team vegetable garden bears fruit

14 October, 2020

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The Graskop Team joined the Working on Fire Food Security Programme and took up space at the Gras- kop South African Police Services (SAPS) site. The garden has already provided the first harvest of vegeta- bles, which they donated to the Graskop Emmanuel Family Home, an orphanage in their region. The team is hard at work planting carrots, tomatoes, beans, spinach and potatoes.

Graskop joins the Dullstroom, Sasol, Warburton and Breyten teams who are hard at work maintaining their vegetable gardens to give back to their communities. The aim of the WOF Food Security Programme is to create food sustainability within the teams’ communities and is WOF’s way of giving back during these difficult socio-economic times.

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