Community Garden

ICAP’s Community Garden Program is designed to support self-sufficiency by providing low-income households with the essential materials to start a garden so they may enjoy nutritious fresh fruit and vegetables by using the Square Foot Gardening system. Square Foot Gardening is a simple and unique system that adapts to all levels of experience, physical ability and geographical locations. One can grow all they want and need in the only 20% of the space of a conventional row garden. This way of gardening also saves time, water, work and money. Eligible program participants receive vouchers from ICAP and can be used to purchase garden products, such as garden seeds, garden plants, and/or fertilizers. Income for all household members combined must not exceed 125% of current federal poverty income guidelines.

News and Events

Salary and Benefit Comparability Study
Friday, July 12, 2019

Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership is seeking proposals for a Salary and Benefit Comparability Study. Proposers must receive agency specifications before submitting proposals, please contact Arleen Weerheim at 605-256-6518 ext. 102 or email her at aweerheim@interlakescap.com. Proposals must be received by ICAP by July 25, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. ICAP reserves the right to reject any and/or all proposals.

Uniform Guidance Single Audit
Friday, July 12, 2019

Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership (ICAP) is seeking proposals for Uniform Guidance Single Audit, limited scope 403(b) audit, Form 990, and 1944i agreed upon procedures engagement.

Any Company sending a proposal must receive agency specifications prior to submitting proposals. Address correspondence to ICAP, PO Box 268, Madison, SD 57042, Attn: Kimberly Raske. You may call Kimberly at 605-256-6518 Ext. #122 for further details. Proposals must be received by ICAP by August 12, 2019

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