APPI Farm Work Day!
Come spend an afternoon on a real working community farm! This will be a work bee, cleaning up the community garden space to prepare it for the winter. While we weed and tidy Maryann Borch the farms owner and visionary will talk about the farm operations and programming offered on this unique space.
This is a waste free zone. Due to COVID restrictions APPI cannot provide refreshments for you, please bring any water and snacks in re-usable containers. Please bring work gloves, your favorite garden tools and dress for fall weather, all activities are outdoors. This is a farm, and there is poop! Heads up. Registration for this unique volunteering opportunity is limited to only 15 registrants with no exceptions.
Good Note Community Farm is a eco-friendly farm which builds its framework around sound land stewardship practices while acknowledging traditional indigenous beliefs.
The farm features a solar system, large community garden, honey bees, the main house is straw and clay construction, outdoor clay oven, and so much more.
“We share our land with folks who want to grow and produce food sustainably. We connect folk to their food, weaving their capacities in a community of mentors and apprentices.
What makes this organization sustainable?
Our Soil is the foundation of all food grown here. All impacts we can consider are shared with wildlife as well as domestic animals and garden spaces. Regenerative Agriculture is our main goal but in a framework of traditional, low impact skills.”
Near the Northern Bear Golf Course, 20 minutes SE of Edmonton
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