Tech Support & Web Design
Jeff is amazingly creative. He has gone over and above to keep all our communications flowing and hosts our website. His skill as a design tech is unmatched. He is always ready to assist with whatever our needs may be. Jeff is always on top of everything. He keeps all of information current.
Jeff shares his strengths of creativity, efficiency, integrity, and diligence with every life he touches. He gives selflessly of his time and talent to make our website and communications possible. He is always willing to encourage another and inspire them to continues on their journey.
R3 Recovery Garden Director
Carla is the director of the R3 Community Garden Project. She is an avid gardener and has gardened all of her life. She knows firsthand the physical and therapeutic benefits of connecting with nature by working in the soil, nurturing the plants, then enjoying the fruits of your labor. Carla was a school teacher and enjoys showing others the benefits of gardening. She enjoys helping the kids who volunteer in the garden while learning about nature while contributing to the community.
At the heart of the garden project is a cause that is near and dear to Carla’s heart – to empower those in our community who struggle with addiction, poverty, and homelessness recover from past hurts by renewing their spirits and discovering the strengths and abilities within themselves. The garden and all its supporting projects will provide many opportunities to learn new skills, develop self-confidence, overcome past hurts, and face the future with renewed hope.
Our Grounds men
Dan is the R3 grounds-men and he does a wonderful job keeping the tress in great shape. Dan works very hard to keep the fruit trees producing. He is a master gardener and specializes in fruit trees and plants. He works to ensure that all that we do is the highest of quality.
Dan also come to us with a passion for the lost and hurting. Sharing his understanding of the natural laws of pruning he is an amazing teacher of the importance of pruning bad things and people out of our lives and how it can be a good thing. It produces bigger fruit, and more abundant is actually a good thing.