Monday, March 18, 2013

SFC Carola back to planting seedlings

SFC Carola planting seedlings at the station we set up for her
out on the front deck.
SFC Carola from the Warrior Transition Unit at Ft. Leonard Wood survived her back surgery! Although still in pain she still spent the weekend here at Valhalla planting seeds for this year's vegetable and herb gardens. She is a master gardener and seriously enjoyed the sit-down potting station we set up in the sun on the front
deck. The seedlings will be sprouted in the living room before being transplanted in the main gardens some weeks from now. Carola's certainly looking forward to all the delicious salads and canning project ahead, and she's not alone on that note!



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Just getting a project like Valhalla up and running has required a significant investment in time, money, and labor. With roughly $500,000 already invested over the last two years into the Valhalla Project for property acquisition, feeding and housing Soldier participants, infrastructure and facility improvements, animal purchases and feed, tools and building supplies, forest and pasture management expenses, and much much more, resources are running thin. We need YOUR help to keep Valhalla functioning efficiently - while at the same time expanding vitally important programs to assist post-9/11 combat Soldiers and war zone civilian workers to transition back into the civilian world. 


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