Thank you to the 30 donors who contributed to the Food Forest in December – helping us to raise $6,860 for our 2020 projects. This support means a ton on our tiny $16,000 per year budget, and means you can look forward to lots more planting, fun for kids, and foraging workshops in 2020.
Want to join us? Donations are still very welcome at any amount. Monthly donors are especially awesome.
We’re thrilled to have three new board members sharing their knowledge and passion to grow the Food Forest. Welcome to Wally Graeber, Melinda Taylor, and Jill Primak. We also extend a hearty thanks to Daya Nelson and Karen Chaney who have stepped down after being a huge help on the board for the inaugural year.
We’re planning a ton of fun workshops this season, all around the theme of foraging. Topics we’ve been throwing around include dandelions, making skin salve, horehound lozenges, fermentation and mushroom logs. Do any of these interest you? Do you have other ideas for us? Just reply and let us know!
Stop by! Yes, even in winter
This great article will give you some encouragement to stop by and explore the textures of the Food Forest in winter: Children That Play Outside In All Weather Grow Up Resilient
See you at the Food Forest!