Kula Farm Fall update
Workshops return at Kula Farm
We are happy to announce that we’ll start hosting in person workshops again for small groups of people. Workshops will be free but donations are welcomed. With the workshops, we hope to offer a little relief and inspire you to be creative during these unusual circumstances. On a sunny day, it is an ideal way to boost you vitamin D in our greenhouse. Strict safety precautions will be in place.
The first workshop will be a Nature Printmaking Workshop – Saturday, November 14, 10 – 11:30 am, visit Interfaith’s events page for more information.
The fruits of our labor
We had an extremely productive growing season this year in the Kula gardens and greenhouse and provided food to our restaurants, the public and for free to our local community and food pantry every week. Times are tough and we hope to do our part to best serve the community by growing food and providing safe and healthy ecological spaces for the neighborhood. We want to thank everyone who took the time to order from us and come to the farm to pick up their vegetables every week. We love seeing your smiling faces behind your masks!
FRIDAY FARMSTAND CONTINUES through the winter.
Check our webshop for weekly updates on new products and order by Wednesday for Friday pick-up at the farm between 11-3 or Saturday delivery. We will continue to have salad greens, kale, microgreens and cold hardy vegetables in addition to offering our tinctures and dried culinary and tea herbs.
STRAW BALES and LEAF BAGS
If you have a nice fall display or bags of (preferably chopped) leaves we would like them for our COMPOST PILES. Please contact us to have come us pick it up or come drop it off yourself at our Community Compost site behind the old Turf Club at the corner of Atkins and Springwood Ave. Give us a call (732-455-0511) or send us an email if you have any questions!
Thanks to everyone who plays an active role in recycling and drops off compost at our Community Compost Pile, you are doing your part to reduce what goes into the landfill AND helping us build soil – THANK YOU!!! The Community Compost pile is accessible 24 hours a day. Click here for more info on our website.
Starting in November we will be collaborating with our friends at KYDS in an integrative approach to mindfulness and ecological based education every 3rd Saturday of the month at the Kula Greenhouse from 1-4pm. Those interested in participating are asked to contact [email protected]. Class size is limited and ages range from elementary to middle school.
Friday Plant Sale
The short days can be hard -COME GET SOME SUN- and visit our plant selection on Fridays between 11am – 3pm. We have a variety of succulents for your sunniest windows and houseplants for your home. Stop by the greenhouse to see what’s available!
The days are short, the sun a spark, hung thin between the dark and dark. -John Updike
We are a non-profit, all sales will support our efforts to employ/train/educate the community of Asbury Park’s West Side.
For more information, please visit kulafarm.org
Kula Urban Farm
115 Atkins Ave.
Asbury park, NJ 07712
Kula Farm is proudly owned and operated by Interfaith Neighbors
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