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UT Microfarm Learning Sessions

Last date was Wednesday, October 26th, 2016 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm (CT)


Positions0 Remaining
Registration OpensTill registration closes
Registration ClosesAny time before each end date or when space runs out.
Age LimitAll Ages

Want to learn how to grow and prepare your own food? Interested in the local food system? Curious about what goes in to maintaining the Microfarm?

Starting Fall 2016, join us for our weekly Learning Sessions! Every Wednesday from 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm (beginning Sept. 21), the UT Microfarm will host classes, guest speakers, discussions and other events to learn more about food and how it is produced, preserved, presented and politicized.

Learning Sessions at the farm will be roughly 75% class/discussion, 25% farm volunteer work. Read more about what to expect from volunteering at the farm.

Detailed program schedule will be posted on our website.

PerksParticipants get to take home available produce and other projects.
Parking DetailsStreet parking is very limited, but there is a Longhorn Lot next to our site you can park in with any UT permit. Carpooling is a good idea. The East Campus (EC) shuttle will drops off at Comal and Manor, a block away from us (schedule here). The 18 will also stop near the farm (and it runs on Sunday mornings).
CausesCommunity Education Environment General Service Food Insecurity, Hunger
22 Positions Filled | 11 Impacts | 24 Hours

Location: Austin, TX 78712

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