Not ready to say goodbye to summer? Cold frames, events, recipes, and workshops will keep you growing, cooking, and eating fresh produce through the end of the year!
Alas, fall has finally arrived in full. The first chilly nights are a cruel reminder of the coming winter, and yet, before we give in to the ensuing snow, we can take solace in a few more months of growing, and the final bountiful harvests of summer.
Be sure to order your cold frame now for installation before the first hard frost arrives, to allow for harvests through November and overwintering of crops. With a cold frame, you will be able to harvest fresh greens from your garden next March, before your neighbors have even planted seeds!
You’re invited for a special talk Social Impact Investing in Urban Agriculture: A Local Opportunity Oct. 20 at noon at the rooftop garden at the Kendall Center. Tour the garden and have lunch on us, courtesy of b.good. A great way to learn about our DPO, and grab a delicious bite!
October 24th is National Food Day, and Somerville is celebrating in a big way! We’ve teamed up with a number of local food organizations and will be hosting events throughout the week with the theme “Towards A Greener Diet.” Follow the action and events online!
Not sure what to do with your last cucumbers and green beans? Feeling a bit uninspired by your typical line-up of recipes? We’re hosting a workshop all about “Using and Preserving Your Harvest” on 10/14 at 6:30 PM. Space is limited, so be sure to register today to reserve your seat.
Can’t wait until next week’s workshop for recipes and preservation techniques? We’ve been feasting on our garden’s bounty this month, with recipes for ratatouille and cauliflower quiche ! We’re on a mission to take back pumpkin with this vegan & GF bread!
HUBWeek is a weeklong first-of-its-kind celebration of the confluence of art, technology, and science throughout the Boston area. We’ll be at the Kendall Center rooftop garden from 4-6 PM this Thursday 10/8 promoting urban ag and running a special ‘garden creation’ contest. Join us!
Imagine shutting down a street in Boston to host a festive farm to table dinner while hearing stories from local farmers. Now stop imagining, and join us at The Farmer’s Dinner on Sunday October 25th on Franklin Street. GCG CEO and Founder Jessie Banhazl will be speaking!