Trinity Urban Farm

Photo: Trinity Community GardenTrinity Urban Farm at East. 35th and Cedar Avenue continues to flourish. We harvest hundreds of pounds of food each week during the growing season for meals served at A Place at the Table and also provide flowers for the Trinity altar arrangements.

We need help weeding, mowing, trimming, watering, nurturing, harvesting and much more! Our workdays are Saturdays from 9 a. m. – noon. Call to arrange to work on other days.

Contact Ginger Bitikofer at (216) 774-0407 or email or Urban Farm Leader Scott Blanchard.

Work at Urban Farm Resumes April 11, 2015
Volunteers gather each week at 9 a.m. until around noon, to participate in spring cleanup and start turning dirt in beds in preparation to plant early spring crops. You need not stay the entire time, even a half hour is helpful!

Potluck Dinner – April 21, 2015  6-8 p.m.
All volunteers and those interested in learning more about Trinity’s urban farm are welcome, kids included. Please register in advance. If you are able, please bring a dish to share.

We’ll discuss what we’ve accomplished so far and plan for the upcoming season. If you think you might be interested in volunteering or just want to learn what we grow, how we grow it and what we do with our abundant harvest — more than 3,200 pounds last year — stop by! Questions? Contact Anastasia Pantsios.

Support the Farm with Used Inkjet Cartridges
Bring your used inkjet cartridges to Trinity (sorry, Epson brand is not accepted, nor are toner/laser cartridges) and drop them in the recycle box in the coat room. All cartridges are sent to a recycling center in Pennsylvania and the money raised is used to purchase seeds, seedlings and other garden supplies.

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