Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Meet the farmer and learn about the new KWT CSA

A wonderful way to celebrate Earth Day -- come to the East Fourth Street Community Garden to help us kick off the first season of the Kensington/Windsor Terrace CSA.

There will be a community-wide organizational meeting for the new KWT CSA (community supported agriculture) at 4:00, Sunday April 22nd -- that's Earth Day -- at the community garden on East 4th Street, between Caton Avenue and Fort Hamilton Parkway.

Eve and Chris from Garden of Eve Farm will be there to answer questions and talk about the locally grown, organic produce that will be available. We'll discuss the way the CSA will work, this season's prices, pickup location and times, great additional opportunities (fruit, flower, egg shares and more), and opportunities to lend a hand to make this a great and successful season.

If you've been waiting eagerly for locally grown organic produce to find its way to the neighborhood, or are just want to know more about what a CSA does and how we're going to work, please join us for a fun and informative get-together. And its a great way to get to know more of your neighbors!

If you think you're going to be there, it would be great if you could let us know by emailing kwtcsa@gmail.com or leaving a comment. If you're interested but can't be there, send us an email and we'll keep you posted.


Where: The E. 4th St. Community Garden, on E. 4th St. between Ft. Hamilton Parkway and Caton Ave. (Google Map)

When: Sunday, April 22 at 4PM

See you there!

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