Please join us for another awesome brunch at Great Oak Co-housing Community Center!
Agrarian Adventure board member and local food chef extraordinaire Chris Chiapelli will be leading the kitchen crew and we’ll be serving up several delicious options featuring friendly farm-sourced ingredients.
This event wouldn’t be possible without our amazing food donors and volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering please click here to sign up and we will contact you with more info. To donate food please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please RSVP if you can beforehand to help us plan more accurately:
We have until the end of the day on August 30th to raise up to $5000 to be matched by the Rotary District Foundation! All donations are tax deductible and support The Agrarian Adventure’s educational programs. Click here to make a donation today: http://www.agrarianadventure.org/category/donate/
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Please join us for organic and locally-sourced Italian cuisine and drinks this Thursday evening at Silvio’s on North University Ave. Let the waitstaff know that you’re there with us, and they’ll donate to Agrarian Adventure’s programs. Thanks for all your support!
Thank you Bill’s Beer Garden for partnering on a social fundraiser this upcoming Thursday (May 25th, 2017). Ask for an Agrarian Adventure ticket when you walk in, then give them to the bartender, and they’ll donate a portion of drink proceeds to our work.
The Agrarian Adventure is currently seeking a coordinator for the Food & Garden Club! This position is a great opportunity for someone with a strong interest in agriculture and fostering youth understandings of where their food comes from, and the connections this has with their communities, their environment, and their personal health.
To learn more, read the position description here! We’d like to encourage U-M student applicants with work-study awards to apply through the Student Employment Office website.
It’s that time of year again to let The Agrarian Adventure know what kind of transplants would find happy homes in your school garden! These seedlings are provided free of charge, and will be available for pick up at Matthaei Botanical Gardens in May.
These seedlings are grown by volunteers working with The Agrarian Adventure with the support of Matthaei Botanical Gardens. We are eager to involve students with this process as much as possible!
We will do our best to meet your requests, but producing perfect seedlings is not our highest goal: rather, we focus on growing and planting in ways that offer as many learning opportunities for students as possible!