Local Food Project at Airlie invites you to celebrate with them at a Hallows’ Eve Workshop featuring Year-Round Intensive Gardening & More, This Sunday, October 25, 2-4 p.m. Pablo Elliot has pointed out that Halloween is “one of the last mainstream celebrations connecting Americans to their local farms, principally through pumpkins & hayrides.” The Hallows’ Eve Celebration at Airlie aims to make that connection an empowering one. Celebrate the harvest and plan for the future years yields. This workshop will touch on innovative trends in intensive organic agriculture, and also revisit the roots of sustainable farm systems. At each of these workshops there is always a wonderful dramatic presentation. A little known fact, Airlie’s Local Food Project has more than just farmers, they also have some budding actors! Come and see the Local Food Project garden, learn about small-scale organic gardening, connect with other local food lovers in the community, and enjoy the fresh air of an autumn day! Cost: $10 (includes refreshments). To register, send an email to email@example.com. Learn more on the Airlie website .
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