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Monday, September 12
7:00: Tea and Green Networking
7:30 pm: Time Bank Presentation
45 Monmouth Road
Tea 4 U, at the White House tea4u.com **PLEASE USE BACK ENTRANCE**
Facebook: TimeBanking Talk
Visit the Timebank at hourworld.org/bank/?hw=1186
For more info: email@example.com
Sat. Aug. 20
8:30 am - 10:30 am Ray and Sue's Homestead
1308 Vina Ave, OCEAN TOWNSHIP
Bee hives, bird sanctuary, organic, pesticide free gardens, honey production, side yard gardening.
Ray Pogwist is chair of the Ocean Township Environmental Commission. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
11 am - 1 pm Kula Urban Farm, with Lisa Bagwell
115 Atkins Avenue, ASBURY PARK
Economic development and food security through urban farming, featuring a greenhouse, orchard, and educational garden.
Sun. Aug. 21
8:30 am - 1 pm GW's Exotic Gardens
59 Victor Ave, WEST LONG BRANCH
Owner Gary Wersinger is a member of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of NJ. Email: email@example.com
A property with virtually no lawn; instead, evergreens, and both a row crop garden and raised bed gardens, a greenhouse, and fruit trees including pawpaws, apples, persimmons, Asian pears, and figs. Also, blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries, as well as wine grapes and hops.
Built in 1905, Gary's home features in-floor radiant heating system and solar panels.
Sat. Aug. 27
8:30 am - 10:30 am Collaborative Homestead
45 & 51 Linden Street, RED BANK
with Sean Walsh, of Appleseed Permaculture, a sustainable landscaping company.
Front yard raised bed garden; edible/pollinator-friendly front yard rain garden landscape (no lawn, formally concrete pad); backyard veggie gardens; hugelkultur beds; different types of composting systems; rain barrel; solar food dehydrator from all reclaimed parts; cold frame from repurposed materials; reclaimed brick patio……and MORE!
11 am - 1 pm Frank & Sarah's Household
53 Oakland St, RED BANK
Early stage backyard food forest, permaculture design, urban compost, rain harvesting, organic garden, front yard garden, and fruit trees.
Frank Corrado is the chair of the Red Bank Environmental Commission. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Sun. Aug. 28
8:30 am - 10:30 am Wendy & Steve's Homestead 37 Buckley Rd, MARLBORO
2 acres of Fruit trees, berries, vegetables, solar generator, wood heat, wood stocks, water collection, mushroom cultivation, bees, permaculture design, food forests, natural fencing.
Wendy Weiner is an herbalist and permaculturist who started The Frontyard Farmer, a business installing gardens in frontyards.
1 pm - 3 pm Phyllis Garr Home
20 Vernon Rd, MARLBORO
I produce all my own energy from the Sun including heat, air conditioning, all my appliances, lighting and my car (car is almost all my energy except on long trips). I also have two solar tunnels which supply light where there are no windows.
Petition going to the networks to hold debates with all four major presidential candidates: http://www.rootsaction.org/featured-actions/1262-petition-to-open-up-the-presidential-debates
Seed and Plant Swap
Sunday May 1, 2016 2-6 pm
Convention Hall Arcade, Asbury Park Boardwalk
1300 Ocean Ave, Asbury Park, NJ 07712
Join us for a Seed and Plant Swap.. Bring seeds you've saved, and plants you've started, to share..
Join us regardless of whether you have anything to share. There will be no exchange of money, just swap stories and information.
Contact email@example.com for any questions.
Oasis Farm Tour
89 Sleepy Hollow Rd, Middletown (Red Bank for GPS purposes)
Sat. Nov. 21, 1-3 (drop in)
Oasis was on the Eco Tour back in September.
The tour, with master gardener Barbara D'Augusta, will focus on the geodesic domes that house produce and aquaponics (vegetable production using fish).
For general info about domes- http://geodesic-greenhouse-kits.com/
Seed Swap: Asbury Park boardwalk, The Market at Fifth, 1200 Ocean Ave., Asbury Park
Sat. Nov. 21 4-8 pm
Potluck plus snacks from Langosta Lounge- Drinks served
All are welcome, event is free.
Bring any seeds you've saved in envelopes.
For more details and information on seed saving and how to label your seeds, contact Wendy Weiner at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Transition Monmouth NJ on facebook.
Why Swap Seeds?
Meet folks who are growing stuff! Also, localized seeds are part of the way we will adapt to effects of climate change. They are also a good way to avoid GMOs. Contact Wendy for further resources on seed saving as the key to food sovereignty.