THE DROP COLLABORATIVE PROGRAM
Private land-owners and land-holding non-profits, community centers and faith-based institutions alike can provide land to house a Drop Collaborative program.
Participants learn agricultural/small farming skills as well as important 21st-century employment skills like teamwork and collaboration.
By donating the harvest of the program, DC addresses regional food scarcity and teaches participants the social value of people collaborating together to provide for one another.
Kids and young people are centered as important participants and/or educational beneficiaries of any Drop Collaborative program.
Drop Collaborative, Inc. TN Non-Profit Charter Corporation.
Small Farming. Big Solutions.
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