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“Planting Seeds of Change” Summer Program

MAY 29-AUGUST 18, 2017

A Drop Collaborative Initiative Developed by
Dr. Melissa Loveless with Recovery Soldiers Ministries.



Mission Statement

Educational realm partners with non-profit organization to broaden farming opportunities as a means of promoting sustainable life skills for the future.


Under the direction of Ben Cole, Program Director, Recovery Soldiers Ministries members will be:

  • learning all aspects of farming at Drop Collaborative Stoney Creek

  • donating their harvest to the community


The curriculum guide for this program is DC/Unaka High School’s Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE), originally designed for Senior High School students and a TN Department of Education Best Practice CTE Award Winner.


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