Tag: urban farming

Support Us for the Seeds of Change Grant!

VOTE NOW and help SUSTAINABLE FLATBUSH earn a SEEDS OF CHANGE GRANT for our HEALING HERB GARDEN PROJECT! Seeds of Change is awarding $190,000 in grants—and our Healing Herb Garden could be one of the recipients.

Come with us to the Breukelen Country Fair!

On Saturday September 21st we’ll celebrate harvest season with our friends at Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum at their 2nd annual Breukelen Country Fair!

Garden Update: August!

Planting culinary herbs

If you haven’t seen our edible garden lately, come check out what we’ve been up to this summer! Join us for another Special Garden Workday, Saturday, August 18th from 9:30am to 12:30pm, followed by our delicious and healthy Community Meal. (more…)

BIG Garden Work Day/Community Meal this Saturday, June 23rd!

Join friends, neighbors and volunteers for another exciting workday this Saturday at our Community Garden and Urban Farm, located on the historic grounds of the Flatbush Reformed Church Complex.

“Grown In Detroit” film screening May 26th!

Come one, come ALL to our second film screening of the year! The documentary Grown in Detroit, directed by Mascha and Manfred Poppenk, is an award winning documentary featuring urban organic farming efforts.

Urban Farmer Novella Carpenter reads at Vox Pop

Tales of Squatting, Dumpster Diving, and other Urban Farming Pursuits: A Night with Novella Carpenter

Novella Carpenter raises pigs, rabbits, chickens, turkeys, and goats on squatted land in downtown Oakland. Her hilarious memoir, Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer, tells the real story of what it takes to grow your own food in a city.

Copies of the book will be available for sale.