GROW! Community Supporters

Fresh produce and flowers from the GROW! garden is primarily donated to community groups including the food bank and the Methodist free community lunch program.

GROW! is made possible through the generous support of individuals and organizations throughout the county. The following list is our most current, but please let us know if we have overlooked anyone! Download our membership application here.

Trinity Lutheran Church for the donation of its land for the GROW! Community Garden, Buchanan St., Bonners Ferry, Idaho.

BeeHaven Farm, Paula Rice
Boundary Tractor
Car Quest
Carter Country
Cloud Eleven Mountain Farm: Julie & Edward Newcomb
Marciavee Cossette
Cowcreek Blueberry Farm
Farm to Market Grains: Tim & Julie Dillin
Flory Dally
Deb Foster
Far North Logo Shop & Coffee Lodge
Far North Outfitters
Linda Fontana
Rona Hall
Heart Rock Wines
Home Depot
Steve Jamsa Photography
Kootenai River Brewing Company
Larson’s Department Store
Deanna Lauber
University of Idaho Master Gardeners
Moose Valley Farms
Mountain West Bank
Mugsy’s Bar & Grill
The Nest Gift Shop
Josh Nichols
Judi Nissen
Wayne Nishek
North 40
Northern Air
Northern Journeys
Paradise Farms: Georgia Earley
The Pearl Theater
Pend D’Oreille Winery
Ronnigers Organics: Simon & Marqui Ronniger
Rotary Club of Bonners Ferry, Idaho
Schweitzer Ski Resort
Selkirk Association of Realtors
Kathy Sheffler
Soulshine Bistro
Stones End, Keith & Laura Snider
Sugar Plum Floral
Super One
Yoder’s Market
Denise Thompson
Diane Tombleson
UI Extension
Under the Sun

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