Plant Sale Fundrasing Success!
Bountiful Cities has had several spring plant sales to support our gardens and (with lots of community participation!) these sales raised much needed money for infrastructure and programming in the gardens! Over $2500 so far! The Bountiful Cities Windfall Collective Nursery is continuing to sell plants throughout the season. Please check out the on-line store on our website for summer and fall plant needs! We appreciate all the help including some wonderful plant donations from Gaia Herbs!
Wild Abundance - How to Grow Plant Babies!
Do you have plants and seeds in the ground, but still lots of questions about how to take care of these babies?
Wild Abundance’s Online Gardening School is a video course that will give you the skills and tools you need to be able to grow a garden for yourself, from the ground up.
Registration Ends June 2nd - so sign up today! A percentage of sales will go to Bountiful Cities Growing Community Campaign!
Learn more and register HERE
Bountiful Cities Community Garden Network Workshop!
Do you have any broken tools? Join Max Mandler on Wednesday, June 23rd for a Tool Repair Workshop. Bring any hand tools that you need to have repaired and come ready to learn!
Limit of 10 participants in person
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register
This workshop was presented in partnership with the City of Asheville
Thank YOU for all the garden volunteering!
Hall Fletcher Elementary FEAST Garden got a visit last week from Girl Scout Troop 12924! Gardens nourish us in many ways and volunteering in a garden is a great way to give and receive! If you have a group and would like to schedule time to give back together please contact Cathy@BountifulCities.Org to schedule some bonding and giving back!
You can also come to one of these workdays:
Lucy Herring Elementary School Peace Garden Fridays 1pm-2:30 (formerly Vance Elementary School) in West Asheville. Please contact email@example.com to for questions. Please sign up at this LINK to attend.
Starting June 7th....
* The garden will again be open to the public during weekdays
*Garden Workdays will shift to morning times
* Tuesdays from 11- 12:30
* Fridays from 10- 12:00
Shiloh Community Garden - Saturdays 10am - 2pm Contact Lydia George firstname.lastname@example.org for more info
Joyner Street Community Garden 10am -1pm Saturday June 26th. Fourth Saturday of each month Sign up to attend HERE
Falconhurst Community Garden Noon-3pm Friday May 28th. Sign up to attend HERE
Peace Gardens and Market 10-noon on Saturdays
Fairview Road Resilience Garden - 5-7:30pm Wednesday evenings, 10am-noon Saturday mornings If you would like to attend please RSVP using this link
Donate to East End Food Pantry
Cooking with Kids Chow Chow Workshop
Ms Jordan, FEAST Teacher at Lucy S Herring Elementary, is teaching a virtual program on Pantry Staples - Cooking with Kids on Saturday, July 17. Want to join? This event is part of ChowChow, a series of in-person and virtual classes, demos, and workshops focused on food. For more information, tickets, and a full schedule of events, visit chowchowasheville.com.
Opportunities to Grow on City Land
The City of Asheville is requesting proposals to farmers willing to use organic methods to grow produce on 10 acres of land near the Soccer Complex at Azalea Road and Hardesty Lane. The land is split between two nearby sites near the City's Beneficial Landfill.
The City strongly encourages submissions by farmers of color, women farmers, and local small businesses.
Asheville on Bikes Film Festival Goes Virtual
The 20th anniversary of Bicycle Film Festival is going virtual.
BFF is arriving back in Asheville virtually June 4 - 14, 2021.
Hosted by Asheville on Bikes.
A portion of all ticket sales goes to support Asheville on Bikes.
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