Please join me in donating to local Georgia non-profits today on Georgia Gives Day / Giving Tuesday! Here are the organizations I donated to today: Community Farmers Markets develops and strengthens Atlanta farmers markets for long term sustainability and meaningful community impact, with a focus on building a stronger local food system. To see moreContinue reading “Georgia Gives Day on Giving Tuesday”
The Wylde Center’s Edgewood Community Learning Garden had the grand opening of their new community center this week! The garden is on the site of an old apartment building and two years ago the garden was built for the school-aged children in the community to learn and play. Beyond the garden beds, the site hasContinue reading “Edgewood Community Learning Garden Grand Opening”
The Wylde Center led classes with students at College Heights where they read “Diary of a Worm” and observed the features, movement, and habitat of the worms that live in their garden.
The weather has finally started to cool down and it is time to start planting our fall garden! So far, we have planted sugar snap peas, cauliflower, chard, lettuce, and varieties of kale. Thank you to the Wylde Center for providing us with strong seedlings for our garden!
The City of Decatur recently released a video highlighting the programs that make it an active living community. Amongst their varied programs was the Community Farmers Markets cooking classes with the seniors at the Decatur Housing Authority (DHA), along with the garden and cooking classes for the elementary school students at the DHA – aContinue reading “Featured in City of Decatur’s Active Living Community Video!”