Spring Foraging Workshops
Sunday March 28 and Sunday April 11, 2-4pm
Learn spring plants, flowers, berries, roots and even mushrooms, that you can find even in the city. I'll focus on the easiest & tastiest goodies. You may be surprised at what's in your own neighborhood!
I'm offering limited in-person tickets ($25) and additional virtual tickets ($20). Masks are required- the event is outdoors and we'll observe social distancing.
Online Store sold out for now
Buy Local Almonds, Honey, Mulberry Jam, and Beeswax Balm.
Food in Neighborhoods Community Coalition has created ‘The Louisville Guide to Local (and Free) Food & Farm Resources for a Pandemic’ (aka LouFoodGuide) at https://bit.ly/502foodplus
The LouFoodGuide helps you:
...check us out: https://foodinneighborhoods.org/grow/
I wrote a blog post for the Urban Agriculture Coalition- check out my notes & photos of almonds, hazelnuts, peanuts and black walnuts!
Transforming a few of Louisville's vacant lots into an urban garden & orchard...
Lots of Food is tackling Louisville's vacant lot problem with shovels and compost. What was formerly 5 contiguous vacant lots have been transformed into a 1/3 acre market garden and orchard.
In 2014 I planted the first trees, fruits, herbs, and vegetables on this lovely fertile land in Louisville's Portland neighborhood.
Lots of Food purchased 5 contiguous vacant lots from Louisville's Land Bank Authority, the agency that holds foreclosed vacant property and makes it available to citizens for redevelopment. Find the link on our You Can Do It page.
Here's a slideshow of what has been happening at Lots of Food: