Food Security 2022 – 10/16/21

What will we eat this winter?

Kale-ards – wild garden kale and collard cross. Delicious, nutritious and winter-hardy.

Saturday, October 16 11-1pm 

(followed by potluck lunch, general garden tour and optional work/learn party)

***Soil care: Food security 2023, 2024, 2025…

***Crop care: Planted veggies in the spring and summer?  Keep them going to feed you all winter!  

***What you can plant now! (and how to do it)–greens, peas, fava beans, garlic and more!

***Mama E’s Garden: weeds and wild plants you can eat even if you don’t have a garden.  Recipes!

***Got more questions?  ask them over lunch.

Free compost and kale seedlings to all participants.

Register now to reserve your spot! (or email Class limited to 10 participants or 5 pods.


NE Portland, Cully neighborhood – address sent when your registration is confirmed.  Near bus #75 and 72. 

Suggested donation $35 to Black Oregon Land Trust (BOLT) – if you’re white and middle class, kick down.  You may 

1. Donate directly to BOLT and tell us what you gave (so we know how effective this is).

2. Give us cash at the class and we will donate to BOLT.

3. Suggest another BIPoC-led food justice group – we want to know about it!

No one turned away for lack of funds.  Black Lives Matter.

Supervised kids (under 15) welcome.  16 and over welcome on your own.  No dogs, no smoking.

COVID-19 protocol:  limited to 10 people or 5 pods. Face coverings required and/or keep 6’ distance from anyone not in your pod.   (Step away from group to drink water, eat your snack etc.)

First RSVPs get on the list, any others go on the wait list.  Priority to BIPoC, garden educators, and those growing food to feed others (Food Not Bombs, Snack Block, Free Hot Soup, Produce for People, etc) so please mention these things.