THIS PROGRAM IS POSTPONED DUE TO HURRICANE WARNING – WE WILL RE-SCHEDULE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
WHINGS workshop event to share knowledge and build partnerships to produce more healthy food from community gardens, in the greater West Harlem area.
Sponsored and co- hosted by: Carey King, Harlem Community Farm Share
and Steven Kidd, Carrie McCracken TRUCE Garden
Sunday, August 28 at 3:00p.m.
Carrie McCracken TRUCE Garden, 143 St. Nicholas Avenue between West 117th and 118th Streets
Shig Matsukawa- Author “How to recycle all food waste by Fermentation”
Expert in Bokashi system for food waste recycling. And…
Elaine Jefferson- “Oregon Farm Girl” Oregon State University Engineer
specializing in hydroponics and vermiculture (worm composting)
Calling: Community Gardeners; CSA members; Environmental Justice Advocates
Letʼs meet, learn, and work together for better food waste recycling.
On the day when the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial is commissioned; let those of us who canʼt attend, write a new chapter in our communityʼs struggle for food sovreignty and green development.
All are welcome! Send a representative if you can’t join us.