This year we are taking a break from offering our CSA program. We have transitioned into a 501 (c) 3 educational non-profit, and would like to dedicate this year to developing our educational programs in the gardens. Our workshops and classes will focus on hands-on, small-scale horticulture, ecology and healing arts, including herbal medicine, nutrition, and somatics.
We will still have gardens filled with produce, berries, flowers and herbs, and we invite you to join us in our workshops and community volunteer work days and communal meals.
This year the abundant produce we cultivate will be donated to Second Harvest in Springfield, who will distribute it to food insecure communities in Clark County.