Sat., July 13; 10 – 11:30 a.m.
Wild Plant Culture Inspired Visit to Garfield Community Farm

See how to grow edible and medicinal plants in an urban setting!

Sat., July 13 | 10 – 11:30 a.m.
Garfield Community Farm (Click here for parking directions) 
$15 per student 

After learning from Jared Rosenbaum all about how we can grow native edible and medicinal plants for ecological restoration (and even if you missed his talk!), come see an example of what is possible at Garfield Community Farm. While not completely focused on native plants, the farm is dedicated to growing edible and medical plants, many of which are native. Garfield Community Farm has bountiful examples of how to grow edible and medicinal plants in an urban setting. Join us for a tour of the farm and Q and A with John Creasy, Executive Director. This is a (*light) rain or shine event, so please watch the weather and be prepared for whatever Mother Nature may provide! *In the event of heavy rains, we will reschedule. This event is presented by Phipps Conservatory in partnership with Wild Ones and Garfield Community Farm. 


About Garfield community farm

Botanical Art and Illustration

Garfield Community Farm strives to advance food sovereignty, environmental justice, and neighborhood resiliency in the Garfield community. 

We do this by increasing access to fresh produce and educational opportunities with our neighbors and volunteers, and demonstrating ecological restoration through urban agriculture in the neighborhood of Garfield. 

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