austinelliottt Take time to slow down. 1d

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hcartgallery Got several new paintings today! Stay tuned for holiday shopping season deals. :) 3d

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bradmkerley 27:16 is a personal best. I'll take it! 3d

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ladybugsocks Had a great group of volunteers this past Tuesday at Convoy of Hope. Hard to believe it's been over 7 years since I started. 4d

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chasesnider Great night volunteering at @ConvoyofHope with some @druryuniversity friends! #sgf #Hope #Volunteer 3w

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titosaysso serving the community with this group of wonderfully amazing freshmen does my heart some good :) & we look good too # #helloevangel #eulaunch14 1mon

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convoyofhope Jason Streubel, PhD, our director of agriculture is preparing a field behind our World Distribution Center for Fall crops. The planting will happen in collaboration with local universities in order to conduct variety trials. "It expands on what we can do on a local level helping us do our part to feed the world," said Streubel. 1mon

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convoyofhope Let's thank these @pgatourwives for helping us bag groceries! 2mon

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brennawomer It's been a tradition for these guys for a while now, but it's a new one for me. Every Tuesday @jessebtyler & @gospina17, the brains & hearts behind @takeheartus, do whatever needs doing at Convoy of Hope. They invited me along a few weeks ago, and it is such a fun time. They are hilarious, creative, generous, and so kind. I'm blessed to call them friends. #livegenerously #takeheart #convoyofhope #vsco #vscocam 2mon

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convoyofhope On a cloudy day in a field behind Convoy of Hope’s World Distribution Center in Springfield, Mo., Jason Streubel, Ph.D and director of agriculture for Convoy of Hope, sits on a Kubota tractor grinning from ear-to-ear.

Here, in the heart of the city of more than 160,000 residents, an eight-foot barbed wire fence surrounds land on one side. On the other, a deer darts into a wooded area. The smell of freshly-tilled soil fills the air.

Streubel will use this half-acre in collaboration with local universities to plant fall crops and conduct variety trials. The team will collect soil samples, monitor growth rates and yield, and harvest crops.

Get the full story at The Hope Supply (link in bio.)
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