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Appalachian Sustainable

Donate to L.E.S.S.O.N. programs and projects

Donate to Local Eastern Shore Sustainable Organic Network

Donations can take several forms:

  • Donations of money
  • Donations of equipment or services
  • Donations through vendors
  • Donations through employee giving programs

Donations can be made to L.E.S.S.O.N. for general use, or they can be marked for dedication to a particular PROJECT. Donations to L.E.S.S.O.N. that are not marked for a particular project will be distributed to the most needed program/project purpose.

ben Donate to Medora Harvest Fund through "Ben Dunn's 100 Mile Runn"
My goal is to raise awareness of local food and why it is important to eat food grown locally and to make it accessible to people of all incomes. My project is to run 100 miles between January 1 and April 30. The reason I have chosen to jog 100 miles is because it would be great if our food came from farms within a 100 mile radius of where we live. ----
Sustains People Sustains People
Medora Harvest Fund supports CSA membership for Delmarva residents who's health status could be improved by increased proportions of fresh, sustainably grown produce in their diet but lack the financial means to purchase a CSA share from a Delmarva farmer.
Sustains Farms Sustains Farms
"Growing Delmarva Farmers" Fund supports programming to deliver comprehensive education in sustainable agriculture for all ages and all levels of farming experience development of programs to ensure access to 'ready to farm sustainably' land for young, beginning, and transitioning farms
Sustains People Sustains Communities
Building Delmarva's Sustainable Food Shed supports development of sustainable agriculture architecture on the Delmarva Peninsula to expand access to local, sustainably produced food, preserve the Peninsula's agricultural heritage and protect our environmental resources

Financial Donations

By Mail: please mail your check or money-order to LESSON, P.O. Box 5205, Salisbury, MD 21802
           (be sure to enclose a note describing which program or project you would like to fund)

Matching Gifts: read more here

Gifts through Wills or Estates: read more here

Fundraising and Gifting

In-Kind Products: read more here

To donate by phone, or if you need help donating, give us a call.

(410) 749-2665

Sustainable Farming Internships and Apprenticeships

This directory of on-the-job learning opportunities in sustainable and organic agriculture in the U.S. (and some in Canada) has been published since 1989 as a tool to help farmers and apprentices connect with each other. The listed farms are primarily seeking interns/apprentices from North America. Search for or list your internship or apprenticeship here!

Volunteer Fair -- Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore Event

Event Date: 
09/25/2010 - 10:00am - 2:00pm

Register your organization/program now for the 2010 Lower Shore Volunteer Fair. This event will be held September 25th from 10am-2pm at Wor-Wic Community College. Don’t miss this opportunity to highlight your work in the community and connect with individuals and families that are interested making a difference! Access the registration form here http://cfes.org/photo-gallery/2010-Lower-Shore-Volunteer-Fair . Registration instructions are included on the form.

Berlin Branch Library Demonstration Garden

The library garden is a community project to demonstrate sustainable, chemical-free gardening to the public. Produce will be donated to local organizations serving our neighbors in need and used in library programming.
Partners include Worcester County Master Gardeners and Maryland Coastal Bays Program. Local businesses, Berlin Farm and Home (Southern States), Selbyville Pet and Garden and Adkins Company have all generously donated materials to this project.

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