Spring CSA Subscriptions and 2010 Plot Rentals at Dunleith

Plot Rentals
Urban Harvest is happy to announce that we have space available for Aycock and non-Aycock residents to rent garden plots at the Dunleith Community Garden. A community plot rental is a small financial investment but a larger time commitment. If you want to be out in the garden growing your own stuff, we respect that! Plot rentals give you 7 months to tend your own community spot.  Download a Plot Rental Agreement form here.

CSA Subscriptions
Residents will be accepted to the CSA on a first-come-first-serve basis, so please submit your applications as soon as possible. What is CSA, you ask? Community Supported Agriculture is a benefit to farmers and consumers alike: a fee, or subscription, is paid at the start of the season to the farmers, who now have the capital necessary to start growing. In return, the consumer recieves a bag of fresh produce every week for the length of the CSA season. You don’t have to get your hands dirty if you don’t care to or have the time to do so. However, we won’t prohibit you from helping if you want to! We hosted a basic planning meeting for the Spring CSA, and have spaces (or shares) available for the 10-week spring season. Download the info sheet and registration form to learn more and to sign up for your Spring CSA. And remember, residents will be accepted to the CSA on a first-come-first-serve basis, so please submit your applications as soon as possible.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Hi Harvesters! (Sowers, really, now)

    Saralee tells me you’re planning an urban food summit for the end of March. I’d love to promote it in our newsletter and at the store. Can you give me some more details?

    Thanks,

    Emily

    Reply

    • Emily,
      We do have plans for an Urban Food Summit. We’ve got you (Deep Roots) on our list of invitees, which we’ll be sending out later this month when we have our facility secured. When is the deadline for your newsletter? I’ll have something for you as soon as I can. Thanks for helping to make connections!
      Dawn

      Reply

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