Chief Joseph Elementary Community Garden Farm Stand | Saturday, May 8th from 10am-1pm

Via Chief Joseph:

Next weekend, we’ll celebrate Spring with the first Chief Joseph Community Garden Market of the season! We’ll have early spring vegetables, herbs, vegetable seeds, and some Mother’s Day-appropriate flower arrangements and flowering containers as well.

The stand will run from 10-1 and be staffed only by adults. They will be wearing masks and keeping their distance from one another. We ask for your help to keep everyone safe by wearing a mask yourself while visiting the farm stand and garden.

We are encouraging the community, both school and neighborhood, to feel at home visiting the garden, as well as picking anything you see that you'd like to eat.

This is donation-based, with all proceeds going to Mudbone Grown, a black-owned farm enterprise that promotes inter-generational community-based farming, creating measurable and sustainable environmental, social, cultural, and economic impacts in communities. Visit their site and read about all the great work they are doing (www.mudbonegrown.com).

We also understand that we are living through unprecedented times and if you are unable to donate, please don't let that get in the way of coming to get some delicious vegetables, herbs or flowers.

We can accept cash at the farm stand, or you can donate to Mudbone directly through Cashapp: $mudbonegrownllc or their site.

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