MYM: MD Family Is Giving Away Their Homegrown Produce for Free


One family is sharing their garden success with those in Anne Arundel county.

They ended up growing so much produce, they’re giving it away free to help others during the coronavirus crisis.

Andrew and Cindi Camela, of Crofton, and their 11-year-old daughter Kaylynn, who don’t have much gardening experience, planted 13 raspberry plants, 12 tomatoes, four strawberries, four basil, three cucumber bushes and many more.

So they set up a mini farm stand and added a charitable aspect by asking people to donate to Alex’s Lemonade Stand.

KC's Farmstand

KC's Farmstand

The produce stand is currently sold out due to high demand, so the Camelas are reaching out to area farmers markets, produce stands and nurseries for help restocking. If businesses have extra produce they can’t sell, the two are willing to go pick it up.

You can check their KC’s Farmstand Facebook page for updates.

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Source: WTOP

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