With the year’s first snow, winter has come to the Berea Urban Farm. While the land sleeps, we are planning for our next season of “growing with our neighbors.” We will have a full calendar of workshops, the Victory Garden Blitz, an heirloom celebration, and much more.
We are especially excited about a new 14-week pilot program for women recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. When they come to the farm to learn all aspects of growing food, we believe that their interaction with the earth will support their recovery
Sustainable Berea exists because of your enthusiasm, energy, encouragement, participation and gifts. A simple thank you seems insufficient in light of how far we have come, with your help, as an organization and a community.
But for now, thank you! And we hope you will stick with us in 2018 as we continue to grow food, teach urban agriculture, restore the land, build community, create jobs and support neighborhoods.
About 60 people braved a very cold night to christen
the new heated greenhouse.
Local artist Pat Banks created four notecards from a 36-inch long water color of the
Berea Urban Farm. You can buy these on our new internet store.
Mark your calendars and join us!
Sustainable Berea Annual Meeting
baked goods auction and Community Sustainability Awards
6 pm Saturday, January 27, 2017
First Christian Church
206 Chestnut, Berea
Joyful Holidays to you all!
Richard and Cheyenne
I'm Thimble Brain and I'm almost three. Yes, I've stopped
laying eggs. I am now the therapy pet at the Olson house.
Happy Holidays -- and eat more veggies!