Need a last minute gift?
Gourmet & super-nutritious, our micro greens and pea shoots are a great gift for that plant lover in your life! We have the following unique gifts available to reserve for pick up on Saturday, December 23rd between 9am-noon, or by appt. Reserve here: https://goo.gl/njCXoD
$10—microgreens or pea shoots in a compostable coir pot (Pictured on right)
$20—micro greens or pea shoots in a 10” tray with free potpourri sachet of oranges, apples, cinnamon & cloves (left photo)
$5 – cat grass in a recycled pot (middle). Many cats enjoy nibbling on live green plants, and cat grass is ideal for indoor cats. It provides a safe alternative for cats who munch on house plants!
Clergy in the Garden
Hands in the Soil: Clergy Renewal Through Environmental Awareness
Beginning March 2, 2018, a small group (6-8) of clergy will attend a day-long program once a month, in which they spend three morning hours working in the vegetable fields at CommonWealth.
Following lunch together, the cohort will process with a spiritual director and environmental educator from Turtle Rock Farm In Town, around their spiritual and emotional experiences working in nature; explore the value for themselves and their faith community of growing food; study theological themes in ecospirituality, and how they might move congregants into creation care—through worship experience, community gardens, environmental justice.
At the end of the nine-month program, the participants will schedule with CommonWealth Urban Farms a Saturday morning tour for three of their faith community members.
CEUs are available. DEADLINE to register is February 1, 2018. To learn more and register, go to the Clergy at CommonWealth page on our website: http://commonwealthurbanfarms.com/clergy-at-commonwealth/
A Photo Review of the Year