Month: May 2011
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Join the South Bronx CSA before June 1st!
Hello South Bronx!
Do you live in or work or visit regularly the South Bronx?
Do you like affordable organic veggies?
Do you support immigrant farmers and local agriculture?
Do you love your family and community?
Do you like to have a good time?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, the South Bronx CSA is for you! That means 22 weeks of fresh, organic vegetable shares from a local farm in Sussex County delivered to Brook Park, the community garden on East 141 Street and Brook Avenue. It’s affordable for everyone, since prices are sliding scale based on income (as listed on the application below) and we welcome EBT!
But don’t wait! The South Bronx CSA closes for registration on Wednesday, June 1st!
Fill out the application attached to this email, and send it in with the payment. If you’d like more information, please call us at 347-331-0096 or let us know at email@example.com.
Know someone who might be interested? Just send this website to them..
See you soon!
Your friends at the South Bronx CSA
Here is the application. The prices are based on your combined household income and refer to the cost of 5 months of organic vegetables! Much cheaper than Whole Foods or anything else!
June 4th Saturday Indigenous Committee Volunteer Day
El Español se encuentra mas abajo
The Indigenous Culture Committee of Friends of Brook Park and our allied organizations United Confederation of Taino People, Kalpulli Huehuetlahtolli and including Teotl Kalli Quetzalcoatl and Maisiti Yukayeke Taino and Calpulli Atlachinolli invites you participate in a day of energetic fun when we share together to attend to all the things we need to do to be able to host the activities and events we know and love!
On June 4th Saturday
Work and skills sharing from 11-3PM
3-5PM food and music that we all bring together. So bring something!
We will be doing a number of things, and you can participate in all or some. We see many folks for our Indigenous Culture Events and activities, but only a portion of those attendees have had the great opportunity in the preparation or clean-up of these vital events. Let’s get together in the park and share these essential aspects of our success, and bring some potluck food to share! And some instruments!
For those who cannot share with us on that day in person, you can always do something before that day. Or you can donate resources online here: http://friendsofbrookpark.org
Also, you can encourage your friends and family and organizations to participate too!