Workshop - September 21st Permaculture 101
Sep
21
6:00pm 6:00pm

Workshop - September 21st Permaculture 101

Join us in a crash course to start your journey learning about these incredible design principles and how you can apply them to your real life. Permaculture design principles aim to create systems that support permanent culture (people that have everything they need) and permanent agriculture (truly sustainable food systems).

  • Care of the Earth
  • Care of People
  • Fair Share
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September 20 Supperclub at Urban Roots
Sep
20
6:00pm 6:00pm

September 20 Supperclub at Urban Roots

Join us outdoors at the beautiful Urban Roots Community Farm for an evening of food, drinks, music, and sharing together! All proceeds go to empowering the Madison Neighborhood with healthy food, meaningful employment, and joyful living. The event begins at 6:00pm and will conclude around 8:30. 

Supperclub for 2018 is officially sold out! Thanks to all of you who are going to join us, and for those who couldn't make it, we look forward to seeing you at future events! 

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Workshop - August 17th Compost you can really do!
Aug
17
6:30pm 6:30pm

Workshop - August 17th Compost you can really do!

It is exciting to watch your food scraps and junk mail turn into a valuable garden amendment! This class focuses on realistic and achievable ways you can divert your waste and decrease your contribution to the waste stream. You will learn about collection services, worm bins, Bokashi, and yard compost piles in this very fun and lighthearted class!

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Workshop - July 13th Garden Hero's and Villians (good and bad bugs)
Jul
13
6:00pm 6:00pm

Workshop - July 13th Garden Hero's and Villians (good and bad bugs)

Join us as we learn about good and bad bugs in the garden! Our farm manager Kelsey and master gardener Stef Gilmore will be teaching this fun and very family friendly class! This class will be very interactive and hands on as we explore examples on our own community farm!

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Community Market Open Hours
Jun
21
12:00pm12:00pm

Community Market Open Hours

The community market is hosted inside our building at 1316 Madison Ave. SE 49507 and will feature produce from the community farm as well as food from sustainable area farms as it is possible. Stop by to pick up your local produce as well as goods including honey, T-shirts, and other produce as it is available! We accept Bridge Cards / SNAP Benefits, WIC, and Senior Project Fresh Coupons. 

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Community Market Open Hours
Jun
14
12:00pm12:00pm

Community Market Open Hours

The community market is hosted inside our building at 1316 Madison Ave. SE 49507 and will feature produce from the community farm as well as food from sustainable area farms as it is possible. Stop by to pick up your local produce as well as goods including honey, T-shirts, and other produce as it is available! We accept Bridge Cards / SNAP Benefits, WIC, and Senior Project Fresh Coupons. 

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Workshop - June 8th Square Foot Gardening
Jun
8
6:00pm 6:00pm

Workshop - June 8th Square Foot Gardening

This gardening method can be a perfect solution if you feel like you don't know how to start a garden! Join Urban Roots staff and Master Gardener Stef Gilmore as we teach this fun and lighthearted intro to square foot gardening class! June is not to late to start a garden! Find out how!

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Community Market Open Hours
Jun
7
10:00am10:00am

Community Market Open Hours

The community market is hosted inside our building at 1316 Madison Ave. SE 49507 and will feature produce from the community farm as well as food from sustainable area farms as it is possible. Stop by to pick up your local produce as well as goods including honey, T-shirts, and other produce as it is available! We accept Bridge Cards / SNAP Benefits, WIC, and Senior Project Fresh Coupons. 

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Workshop May 25 Keep your garden full all season long!
May
25
6:30pm 6:30pm

Workshop May 25 Keep your garden full all season long!

Growers who want to keep their garden full of food all season long practice "Succession Planting". Join us on the Community Farm and Education Center to learn about the basics of succession planting and other bio-intensive space saving methods that can help you grow more food in less space!

Urban Roots workshops are free, but we ask you to consider making a donation to help defray our costs!

Make a donation and register with the form below

for a free registration, please RSVP by emailing workshops@urbanrootsgr.org

 

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