Rhythm & Harvest Farm Retreat!
On September 28th from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, join Rhythmic by Nature and The Cutting Veg for a day of drumming, farming, nourishment and play!
To register or for more information, contact Terri at (416) 662-6488 or email@example.com
It’s time to go back to nature…
For a little piece of tranquility within the city, come and join us in one of our community gardens. Or, go a step further and create your own at home through our 2015 new gardens campaign!
It’s time for the 9th Annual Garlic Harvest at the Cutting Veg, and they’ve got 25,000+ bulbs of Persian, Korean, Italian, Russian, Israeli and 14 other varieties to harvest and hang in the barn to cure! Please join us for the garlic harvest on Sunday, August 3rd, and/or Monday, Aug 4th (Civic Holiday) from 7:30am-4pm. Two of the most fun days of the year on the farm! If you are interested in helping with the garlic harvest, please rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org and let him know which day you want to come, and if you need directions to the farm, or a lift. Looking forward to harvesting garlic with you very soon!
P.S. If you would like to place a garlic order, and haven’t done so yet, please do so athttp://bit.ly/12wbLh
Here are some the members of our volunteer team at the Growing to Give Garden! We have already had an amazing harvest and thanks to our hard working volunteers and our generous donors, there will be much more to come! Thank you!
Here is part of our incredible team at Hartman Public School in Aurora! From weeding and watering to harvesting and recording, these volunteers do it all!
Seniors grow friendships and vegetables at Richmond Hill community garden
Richmond Hill Liberal
"Tomatoes, spinach, radishes and herbs flourish in the new community garden being tended by residents at a senior housing complex in Richmond Hill — but they are not the only crop being produced.
The gardeners here are also harvesting a crop of new friendships, good spirits and strong, flexible muscles and bones.
Launched this week, the Dunlop Community Garden is a new initiative of the York Region Healthy Aging Working Group, funded by Delmanor Elgin Mills, in partnership with the region’s public health, Housing York, Seeds for Change and York Region Food Network.”
To read the full article online, check out: http://www.yorkregion.com/news-story/4636210-seniors-grow-friendships-and-vegetables-at-richmond-hill-community-garden/
Photos by: Steve Somerville
Look how amazing our garden is growing! Once again, Hartman Public School in Aurora is doing an incredible job taking care of their fruit and vegetable plants. Our purple cauliflower is getting bigger, our broccoli is growing quickly and we have found our first green pepper.
We got an amazing donation from the York Region Food Network of peppers, tomatoes, eggplant and squash plants. We planted a few sweet peppers in te garden together today!
Thanks to all our incredible volunteers for maintaining the garden so beautifully. You’re doing a great job!
Here are some more pictures from our ‘Gardening 101 for Kids’ workshop in Markham! The kids were so excited to learn about seeding and pollinators. It was a pleasure to teach such an enthusiastic group! Here they are making bird feeders out of pine cones, soy peanut butter, seeds and dried fruit.
Look how amazing our garden is growing! Hartman Public School in Aurora is doing an incredible job taking care of their fruit and vegetable plants. We have some cauliflower beginning to come up and we have already harvested some leafy greens!
Here are a few of our volunteers checking into the garden!
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