The Garden & Greenhouse resources could both benefit from a little community support during these hot days. Our Garden Work Team will meets every Wednesday from 5:30-7pm for planting, weeding, harvesting, and watering as needed. You don't need to have any experience to join us. We'll provide the instructions and the tools. Also, kids of all ages are welcome!
Oran Hestermann gives "Fair Food" lecture on September 23rd
On Sunday, September 23rd, the First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ann Arbor will be sponsoring a talk, under the auspices of the congregation's Klein Lecture series, by Dr. Oran Hesterman, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Fair Food Network and author of the book, Fair Food. The talk will be begin at 4 PM and will be followed by a reception and book signing.
Dr. Hesterman and the Fair Food Network were critical to the founding of the Agrarian Adventure and have been wonderful supporters throughout our organization's history.
Every school garden needs dedicated support community members to make it possible!
The Agrarian Adventure and Project Grow and are partnering together this spring to help support and sustain the growing number of educational school gardens in our community! We are launching a pilot series of workdays in AAPS school gardens to help mobilize interested community members to support these efforts! Volunteers do not need to have any gardening experience. You must register in advance. If you are interested in being a part of growing healthier kids in schools, please sign-up for any of the following opportunities!
Wed. April 11th & 18th, Fri. April 13th & 20th, 8am-3:30pm (prep day Sat. 3/31 10am-12pm). Community volunteers are needed to help support The Agrarian Adventure and the Tappan staff, students, and parents as we grow vegetable seedlings for local school gardens. No gardening experience is needed. Registration in advance is required for 2-hour blocks by clicking here.