Veggies to Eat – Fresh from our Farm:Arugula, Broccoli Raab, collards, Cress, Kale, Mizuna, Radish, Swiss Chard, Spinach, Sprouts (sunflower & pea) in flats Vegetable Seedlings: Mustard greens, Kale, Broccoli, Lettuce – grown in Tricycle Gardens’ greenhouse & Baby Raspberry Transplants potted from the Farm!
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Join Tricycle Gardens & HandsOn Greater Richmond for a productive day of hands-on work planting fruit trees to kick start our newest initiative…Church Hill Orchards. This is an exciting, multi-phase project and we need your support to make it happen. What a great way to learn new skills and meet new friends!
The recycled window greenhouse ribbon cutting at Tricycle Gardens was today at 3PM. If you missed it, they’ve got bunch of things planned for next few weeks….
Tricycle Gardens announces the transition of Executive Director Lisa Taranto into the role of Founder. Ms. Taranto is pursuing the opportunity to open and operate the Allegheny Mountain School, which is dedicated to advancing the principles of permaculture.
Tricycle Gardens is looking for interns: Tricycle Gardens is pleased to announce 3 internship positions for 2011. It is possible (and encouraged) to get college credit for these positions, but we also invite those on a vocational track to join us! We need to fill these position ASAP!
A message from Lisa Taranto, Executive Director of Tricycle Gardens: What a year it has been! We have built a 1/2 acre farm, completed another community garden in Church Hill, installed a permaculture edible forest garden at the Science Museum of Va, moved into a new office with big visions dancing in our heads. But [...]
Tricycle Gardens’ Farm Stand – Today, 3-6 PM at the new Church Hill location (2107 Jefferson Avenue): We’ll be here every TUESDAY & THURSDAY in December! 3 – 6 PM Lots of Fresh, Organically – Grown Vegetables including: Collards, Kale, Swiss Chard, Mustard Greens, Lettuce, Beets, Parsley & More!
A message from Stacey Moulds at Tricycle Gardens: Tricycle Gardens is still getting loads of amazing veggies & herbs from our 9th & Bainbridge Urban Farm. The Farm Stand is still OPEN, but we’re moving it to our new Church Hill Headquarters (2107 Jefferson Ave, 23223) starting Today November 23rd. Today we’ll be there from [...]
The folks at Tricycle Gardens say invite everyone out on Saturday: Come on out this Saturday, Nov 13, 10am-2pm and lend a hand as we clean up the sidewalks, the yard, remove barbed wire, do some painting and general clean up at our new headquarters in Church Hill! Bring tools-especially big pliers and wire cutters [...]
Contact Jennifer Dodge at firstname.lastname@example.org or (804)644-7756 if you can help out: HELP!! Can we borrow your cordless drill? We have many volunteers for various jobs and we are in desperate need of drills on Saturday morning 10am-2pm at the Chimborazo Community Garden, 31st St a half-block south of Broad. Thank you!
The fine folks at Tricycle Gardens want your leaves: Fall is coming (slowly, it seems), and we want, we desire, we NEED your leaves. They are a great compost, soil amendment, mulch, and all around miracle product. Please drop of bagged leaves at the 9th & Bainbridge Urban Farm any morning (except Sunday) from 8:30am-1pm, [...]
Got word last week from Will Snyder from Tricycle Gardens that they’re moving their headquarters to Church Hill.
The 2nd Annual Tricycle Gardens Harvest Dinner will be October 2, 2010, at the Robinson Theater. They’ll be roasting a hog on-site, will have restaurants cooking, too, like last year, wine, beer, a signature Tricycle Gardens cocktail, silent auction and bluegrass from Scattered, Smothered and Covered.
The gardeners at the Chimborazo Community Garden need help filling the new raised garden beds, and are looking for someone with a small bobcat and the skills to move 35 cubic yards of top soil: If you have the bobcat, and the bobcat chops, we have a weeeeeee bit of money and an enormous amount [...]