Black Creek Community Farm – New Leaf Community Food Sustainability & Justice Workshop!

New Leaf Community Food Sustainability & Justice Workshop!

Event details

  • Friday | February 5, 2024
  • 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
  • 4929 Jane St

We are excited to invite you to our upcoming community workshop on Food Sustainability and Justice, an exploration designed for both beginners and experts alike. Black Creek Community Farm, including the Urban Harvest Program is co-hosting this event. This event aims to empower you with the knowledge and skills to grow your own food, foster a sense of community well-being, and embrace sustainable food practices.

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Workshop Details:

Date: Monday, February 5th 2024 (5-7PM) 

Location: Black Creek Community Farm, 4929 Jane Street, M3N 2K8, Toronto 

Agenda:

  • Indoor Growing 101:
      • Discover the secrets of successful hot crop and flower seed cultivation.
      • Learn about the best practices for planting, nurturing, and harvesting.
  • Health and Wellness Mood Board Creation:
      • Tap into the therapeutic benefits of cultivating your own food.
      • Create a personalized health and wellness mood board to inspire mindful living.
  • Preservation Essentials + Eating Healthy off Season:
    •  Gain insights into preserving the flavors of your harvest for year-round enjoyment.

 

Why Attend:

  • Connect with Like-Minded Individuals: Engage with fellow community members who share a passion for sustainable living and food justice.
  • Hands-On Learning: Acquire practical skills through interactive sessions, ensuring you leave with the confidence to embark on your own gardening and food preservation journey.
  • Promote Community Well-being: Learn how fostering a connection with the food you consume can positively impact your overall well-being and the health of our community.

 

RSVP:

Please confirm your attendance by filling this registration form by February 4th: https://forms.gle/bBBD9tnvPAtbrz4i6

We look forward to having you join us for this enriching workshop. Together, let’s sow the seeds of positive change and cultivate a healthier, more connected community.