Urban Farm Collective

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Dirty Dog Garden Work Party

June 27, 2016, 11:00am - June 27, 2016, 1:00pm

2220 SE 76th

We decided to name the garden "Dirty Dog" garden, after a lovely ceramic specimen unearthed at the beginning. Our work parties generally take place Monday mornings, but if you're interested, weekend e...

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Join the Urban Farm Collective tomorrow, June 23rd, for our Pedalpalooza "Tour of the Gardens" ride! Meet us at the "Fertility Garden" on NE Garfield and Failing (behind Nedd Ludd) at 5:30 pm. We'll depart at 6pm and visit 5 gardens! The ride will end at our "Grand-Dekum" Garden with a tour, free beer from New Belgium, Tofurky sausages, and snacks!! Come join us and find out to get involved in this awesome. Organization!!!! Family friendly, so bring the family!!!:) ... See MoreSee Less

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Fargo Food Forest is hosting a Work Party today from 2 - 4pm. At the corner of N Fargo & N Williams.

If you've never been by, you should come check out this special place. <3
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Now seeking: Garden Managers

More information here.

To apply: Fill out an application and send it to urbanfarmcollective@gmail.com


Urban Farm Collective (UFC) is a program of Oregon Sustainable Agriculture Land Trust (OSALT), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that accepts donated land and holds it in perpetuity as agricultural land, for the purposes of education and research into sustainable agriculture.

UFC mission is to bring neighbors together to transform vacant lots into neighborhood food gardens for the purposes of education, community building and improving food security.

How it works: All land, water, labor, administration and other resources are shared through our barter economy. Each hour is created equal and has a value of one barter buck (slug) per hour. Hours contributed can be exchanged for the produce that we grow together at our weekly barter market which takes place from June through October. We strive toward a closed-loop system of garden management which provides all inputs; compost, fertilizer and seed within the collective gardens, eliminating the need to enter the cash for goods economy. We are righteous scavengers!

Join us in our gardens!

Thanks in advance for helping us bring neighbors together to grow and share food.