It’s Harvest time at The Farm!!!!
What an amazing time at The Farm this fall. Absolutely perfect conditions and we are being blessed with an incredibly bountiful harvest. We are truly thankful for all the of the people in our community who have continued to support our efforts and we are thankful to the bringer of the rain for His provision.
We have some amazing events and opportunities approaching this fall and we hope you can join us.
The Farm Fall Harvest Party, 1st Annual Fayetteville Crop Mob, 2012 Subscriptions will soon be on sale, and Planting Classes are just a few of things we have planned for this Fall.
We hope you enjoyed the bountiful harvest last week. We would love to hear your thoughts on what we harvested, so email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know!
The Farm Weekly Update
Harvest & Hunger Relief Update
Harvest amounts looking great with bountiful harvests each week thanks to perfect fall weather conditions.
Season to date harvest to exactly 6,896 pounds with 47% (or 3,241 pounds) of the total harvest being given to local hunger relief in Northwest Arkansas!
A team from Sam’s Club Innovation Team helped us at The Farm this weekend. We were able to plant more fall crops, and catch up on maintenance. It is groups like these, who help us immensely and make the Farm possible.
Fall Harvest Party
Fayetteville’s 1st Annual Crop Mob
You may not know, but October is a significant month on the food calendar, as it is National Hunger Awareness month and host to National Food Day (16th) and World Food Day (24th).
Feed Fayetteville has declared this a “Month of Action” and in celebration the Fayetteville Community Garden Coalition is partnering with the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) and Feed Fayetteville to facilitate an afternoon of “crop mobs” on Thursday, October 20, 2-4 p.m.
This will be a great chance for you to accomplish some tasks at one of Fayetteville’s Community Gardens in a short amount of time with several helping hands. If you have any questions feel free to write Charity Lewis, Feed Fayetteville’s Local Foodshed Coordinator.
For more information, or to register visit our webpage.