Deconstructing Bitters: Medicine & Mixology

Join us as we learn from Tricia McCauley, Common Good Resident Herbalist and JB Knapp, Mixologist at El Camino, about how to use bitters in both medicine and mixology. We will spend the first hour at Common Good City Farm learning from Tricia McCauley about how to make and use bitters medicinally. Then, we will walk over to El Camino and learn from JB Knapp about how to use bitters in cocktails and sample a few bitters-based cocktails.

Register: http://bit.ly/214pryJ
Wednesday, July 20, 5:30 - 7:30 pm

Community Lunches: Friday July 15th & 29th!

Community Lunch Flyer 2016

Tools & Techniques for Weeding & Harvesting without Breaking your Back

Join us Wednesday, June 29 from 4 - 6 pm as Farm Manager Brian Massey demonstrates tools and techniques to use for weeding and harvesting without breaking your back!

Tools & Techniques for Weeding & Harvesting without Breaking your Back
Wednesday, June 29
4 - 6 pm
Common Good City Farm
Register: http://bit.ly/1QCSCRz

Farm Closed for Holiday Weekend

The farm will be closed for the Independence Day holiday weekend.

Please visit us during our open hours during the week and at our farmstand!
Wed. 6/29: 3-6 pm
Thurs. 6/20: 4-7 pm (Farmstand OPEN!)
Fri 7/1- Tuesday 7/5: No Open Hours

We will resume our regular schedule of open hours on Wed. 7/6

Thanks and have a great 4th of July!

Join us for an Evening of Exploring Herbs through Art & Medicine

Join cookbook author & illustrator Marcella Kriebel and Common Good City Farm resident herbalist Tricia McCauley for a relaxing evening of exploring herbs through art and medicine.

In the setting of our urban farm, participants will learn watercolor techniques, paint their own herb-inspired paint, learn the healing properties of 5 featured herbs, all while enjoying herbal teas.

Wednesday, June 22
5:30 - 7:30 pm
Register: http://bit.ly/1qGtggD

Apply to be a City Farmer for the summer!

Want to get more involved at Common Good? Sign up to be part of our City Farmers program, a great option for dedicated volunteers who want to learn more about urban farming!
We are now taking applications for the summer session of our City Farmers program which runs from June 22 through August 28. Apply now! (Deadline 6/10/16)

Join Our New Market CSA!

NEW! Common Good City has just added a Market CSA to give you more options to take home our produce. The Market CSA is a dependable source of fresh produce without the commitment of a traditional Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program.

Members of our Market CSA pay upfront to receive credit to spend at our weekly Farm Stand (which is held every Thursday 4pm-7pm). Members shop the farm stand at any point during the season (June 16-October 27), picking out produce of their choice, until they have used up their credit.

Come to our Farm Stand today & pick up a tomato plant!

Come to our Farm Stand today from 4-7 pm and pick up a tomato plant!

We will also have:
Mesclun Mix
Chard
Collards
Kale (Red Russian & Siberian)

Check out our Upcoming Farm-to-Table cooking workshops!

Are you part of a CSA and unsure how to use certain vegetables? Or are you looking for new & creative ways to use that kale?
Or are you simply looking for quick and affordable ways to prepare healthy meals for the week?

Join us to meet Mi Ae Lipe, Author of Bounty from the Box: The CSA Farm Cookbook, to get inspired with new ideas to use those vegetables with a talk & cooking demo using one of the recipes from her book!
Copies of her cookbook will be available for sale.
Register here: http://bit.ly/22nG1tX

Join Resident Herbalist Tricia McCauley for a mini-Herbal Apprenticeship Program

Common Good City Farm Resident Herbalist Tricia McCauley will be leading a mini-Herbal Apprenticeship Program at Common Good City Farm, starting next Wednesday, June 1.

Register here: http://leafyhead.com/pages/Learn.cfm

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