Thursday, July 07, 2016

Common Good City Farm: It looks, feels, and tastes like summer on the farm!


From: Common Good City Farm [mailto:info=commongoodcityfarm.org@mail97.atl51.rsgsv.net] On Behalf Of Common Good City Farm
Sent: Thursday, July 7, 2016 1:42 PM
Subject: It looks, feels, and tastes like summer on the farm!



Growing Food. Cultivating Community.


Summer at Common Good City Farm has a distinct feel with a few defining characteristics that we look forward to all year long.  Each day it becomes more difficult to see from one end of the farm to the other as the tomatoes, okra, and cucumbers grow taller and taller. Our weekly harvests become heavier  (over 170 pounds of summer squash this week alone!). And for 6-weeks, our farm is home to a group of young folks with a budding interest in food through our Summer Youth Program.  To us, summer also means Community Lunches hosted on the farm as a part of the Summer Youth Program.  The look, the feel, and the tastes of summer are alive at Common Good City Farm.  Read below to learn how you can come on out and enjoy it with us!














Common Good City Farm’s
Summer Youth Program invites neighbors, community members, and supporters to join us for free Community Lunches.  Enjoy a tour of the farm followed by a farm-fresh meal prepared by our youth participants under the mentorship of a local chef.    On Friday, July 15th, our youth participants will work with Chef Laval Sanks of So Others Might Eat, a community-based organization near our farm. 
We hope you will join us to meet our Summer Youth Program participants and learn more about what we do at Common Good City Farm.  Space is limited, so please register here in advance.


Farm Stand ~ Every Thursday 4-7pm


You can enjoy our summer bounty by shopping our Farm Stand every Thursday, 4-7pm, right at Common Good City Farm.  This month we will have loads of your summer favorites including tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, peaches, okra, peppers, kale, and collards every week.  Weekly listing of all produce can be found on our
Facebook & Twitter pages.





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