"I see fields of green..." Thanks to Whitton Farms for the beautiful arugula! Sign up for a produce share at Bringitfoodhub.com ... More >>Less >>

February 13th, 2018  ·  

Want to learn about backyard beekeeping? Check out Memphis Tilth's 2018 For the Love of Gardening Workshop Series this Thursday with Mike Larrivee.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-for-the-love-of-gardening… for $8 or $10 at the door.
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Join us this Thursday at 6 PM at the Memphis Botanic Garden to learn about backyard beekeeping. Backyard beekeeper Mike Larrivee will share his experiences on how to incorporate beekeeping into your backyard garden without the use of chemicals. For the Love of Gardening tickets can be purchased online at www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-for-the-love-of-gardening-workshop-series-tickets-42538435606 for $8 or $10 at the door. Bees and pollinators are essential to any garden. About one third of the food that we consume every day depends on pollination by bees. Because the survival of plants depends on pollination, and the honey bee accounts for 80% of all pollination done by insects, it is important to learn the necessity of bees for your garden. Mike is a Licensed Professional Geologist working in petroleum remediation as an environmental consultant. He received a master of science from the University of Memphis Earth Science department, and is a William J Fulbright scholar. He was the director of the Giant Hogweed Project in Eastern Europe, an initiative focused on training citizen scientists how to identify and catalogue invasive species in order to develop control and eradication strategies. He is a technical adviser to the Memphis Tree Board, and the chairman of the Cooper-Young Sustainability Committee. He is the co-founder and executive Director of The Compost Fairy, a non-profit soil building initiative aimed at diverting valuable organic materials from the landfill, returning them to the community as topsoil, and creating long term jobs in the sustainability sector. He is also proud to be an operational lead and urban ecologist for the South Memphis Trees project, which is in the first stages of planting four-million trees on vacant and fallow lands inside Memphis.

February 13th, 2018  ·  

Just invited some friends over for lunch! Add these cheeses to your subscription at Bringitfoodhub.com ... More >>Less >>

January 30th, 2018  ·  

Cold don't bother these beautiful root crops! Get these and other tasty vegetables in our produce share at Bringitfoodhub.com ... More >>Less >>

January 11th, 2018  ·  

Baby, we're back! Our Deep Winter season begins this week! Be looking for your fresh, local vegetables. It's not too late to sign up now at Bringitfoodhub.com ... More >>Less >>

January 10th, 2018  ·  

For #GivingTuesday, support the amazing programming that’s happening at Memphis Tilth by making an easy online donation: www.memphistilth.org/donate/

Pictured below are students from our Community Kitchen program that takes place in the kitchen space shared by Bring It Food Hub. Every week, students cook simple and healthy recipes with produce from Memphis Tilth’s St. Paul Garden, just across the street. All of Bring It’s Pay It Forward bags also go to these classes. Join us in supporting this amazing program 🥒🥕🍆#gritgrindgive #communitykitchen
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For #GivingTuesday, support the amazing programming that’s happening at Memphis Tilth by making an easy online donation: www.memphistilth.org/donate/ Pictured below are students from our Community Kitchen program. Every week, students cook simple and healthy recipes with produce from Memphis Tilth’s St. Paul Garden, just across the street. Join us in supporting this amazing program 🥒🥕🍆#gritgrindgive #communitykitchen

November 28th, 2017  ·