Category Archives: Urban Farmer

What impact does local food have on society and local economy?

For Wednesday, December 22 2010

What impact does local food have on society and local economy?

Join us in conversation with Ray Sher, Urban Farmer, Educator, Food Activist for OUR future. http://www.urbanharvest.org/farmmarket/market/vendors/gardenofeden.html
Urban Harvest’s 11th Annual Fruit Tree Sale is January 15th, from 9a.m. to 1p.m. or until sold out, at the University of Houston Robertson Football Stadium.

…and find out about Urban Harvest fruit tree classes… www.urbanharvest.org

Prepare for the Fruit Tree Sale Talk Tue, Jan 4, 7:00 – 9:30 pm, Sat, Jan 8, 2:00 – 4:30 pm

High Density Home Orchard Tue, Jan 11, 6:30 – 9:00 pm

Backyard Orchard Series

Fruit Tree Care Tue, Jan 18, 6:30 – 9:00 pm

Apples, Pears & Pomegranates Sat, Jan 22, 9:30 am – noon

Tropical Fruits Tue, Jan 25, 6:30 – 9:00 pm

AND

Music from a gardening heart, Peter Alsop, an educational psychologist who writes great songs for kids and winner of eight Best Children’s Album awards.

http://www.peteralsop.com/

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David Cater, Marcella Nelson Icet and Joe Icet

Apr 7th 2010

Marcella Nelson Icet and Joe Icet with the Last Organic Outpost and Emile Street Urban Farm The Last Organic Outpost is an inner city urban farm project using regenerative agriculture to restore the fertility of unused land. “This experimental farming is intended to create an international garden with food from all over the world, by growing crops in similar climates or microclimates with the intent to create year round seasonal crops that sustain a nutrient rich diet. We offer opportunities for people to learn by doing. The Emile Community Farm in the 5th Ward and the Live Oak Outpost in the 3rd Ward are community farms where volunteers are paid in crops from the garden. We invite communities to learn stewardship of the land by actively participating in the development of a local food economy We participate in area farmers markets and coops and encourage the development of other farm to market enterprises.” David Cater from Utility Research Garden http://www.utilityresearchgarden.com/about/index.htm

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