Healthy Eating & Active Living
“Green Riders Tour”
From Freestyle Gardening
to visiting farms and gardens across the country to learn from the amazing things they are doing as well as share their work. We’ll visit permaculture farms, organic farms, off the grid homesteads, sustainability centers, and more. By joining this adventure you’ll not only get to help others but also expand your knowledge and skills.
Join our text group here
Help Sow Seeds of HOPE #Gofundme
Imagine a world where families can walk or bike an urban trail to a safe, well-maintained public park where they can play and exercise on outdoor fitness equipment. Where our elders can board a bus for the short ride to the city center where they can access many of the necessary amenities. Cities’ planning, zoning, and infrastructure investment can not only have a positive effect on health but can also foster community and keep some of our most vulnerable populations engaged, active and healthy from ages 8 to 80. What will they do about it?
Access to healthy food is an important tool in obesity prevention. By providing citizens with healthy. affordable, easily accessable alternatives to foods with high caloric content and little nutritional value cities can lead by example in the fight against obesity. Cities have powerful planning, economic development, and public relations tools for attracting and supporting healthy food retailers, farmer’s markets and community gardens. Are they ready to take action?
Its another community trail ride with Ecocycling
Every 3rd Saturday at The HUB
The Ecocycling “FOOD FOREST TRAIL” and Adopt-a-Spot is an enjoyable and educational part of Life.
While on our way to the Micro Farm (Third Saturday Monthly) many of our volunteers also participate in Keep America Beautiful’s Pedal Up to Clean Up activity on the way.
Learn more here
2017 New Year Celebration
January 28th Saturday 12-6pm
Rise, shine and Join us for CommuniTEA planning… tool sharpening, garden prep & staying warm by the fire with Free Hot Chocolate.
**Special field trip from to Lamberts Point Micro Farm
(1.1 mile 22 minute walk)