Events

The Farmory’s Harvest Meal 

When: Thursday, November 16th @5:30pm

Location: University-Wisconsin Green Bay, Phoenix Room B

What: Join with others to celebrate the local food that we’ve harvested and prepared from The Farmory and other growers. All proceeds from the Harvest Meal will benefit The Farmory and the work they are doing for promoting the growth of a healthy local food scape, reconnecting residents with skills that increase self-reliance, and constructing an urban farm and education center in downtown Green Bay. This dinner will feature main ingredients sourced entirely from local, sustainable, chemical-free farmers along with The Green Bay Racker’s variety of craft beer and wine. The night will conclude with an engaging 45 minute educational experience that will deepen your understanding of our local food scape. We can’t wait to share this meal with you!

Cost: $35 a plate or $10 for student plates
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To RSVP, email: farmoryvista@nwgreenbay.org

 

 

Homemade Kombucha

Saturday, October 7th 10AM -12PM

Learn about the wonders of kombucha with us at our homemade kombucha workshop! Alana and Matt from The Wild Gut in Wausau, WI will present on the benefits of kombucha and how you can make it at home. This workshop is FREE! We ask that if you find value in the education and resources that we’re providing, you make a donation of any amount at the door to help us cover the cost of organizing it. To RSVP, please email farmoryvista@nwgreenbay.org or call (920) 593-3708.

After the workshop, we will provide a brief tour of The Farmory grow system so you can check out what we have growing on!

Build Your Own Vermicomposting

Saturday, October 14th 10AM -12PM

Join Bill Jacobson from Lakeshore Vermicomposting as he returns to The Farmory for his second workshop of the season! In April he taught us the basics of composting with worms. Now, he’s prepared to teach us how to build our own vermicomposting station with a hands-on demonstration.

This workshop is FREE to attend. RSVP to (920) 593-3708 or farmoryvista@nwgreenbay.org

However, if you would like to build your very own composting bin during the workshop, please RSVP as a “BUILDER” and make a $40 donation to cover material cost through The Farmory’s crowdfunding page (https://www.youcaring.com/the-farmory-green-bay-660049).

Easy at Home Aquaponics

Saturday, October 28th 10AM-12PM

Join current Farmory volunteers Paul Ladd Jr. and Ethan Noordyk as they teach the basics of aquaponics and lead a demonstration build of an easy home system. Both Paul and Ethan have taken aquaponics classes and have been growing in their home systems with great success! They’ll share real life experiences and tips on how to get started.
 
This is a FREE workshop. To RSVP please call (920) 593-3708 or email farmoryvista@nwgreenbay.org. The demo system that is built during this workshop will be a door prize for one very lucky attendee!

 

Visioning Your Foodscape: Personal Growth & Leadership Workshop

Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 8 AM – 5 PM

Eventbrite - Engaging the Food System Leadership Training
Join us for this exclusive, unique workshop opportunity that will delve into our local food system! Victory Garden Initiative and The Farmory are partnering to present this chance to examine your role in the food system and the role we can take to make positive change. Prepare to connect, communicate, and inspire in this life-changing full day workshop.

The cost of the workshop is $35 which goes to fund the day’s activities and refreshments with the remainder of the proceeds being processed as a donation to The Farmory. To sign up or view scholarship options, please click the blue button above!

Victory Garden Initiative builds communities that grow their own food, creating a community-based, socially just, environmentally sustainable, nutritious food system for all. They’re located in Milwaukee, WI. They have a variety of programs dedicated to building food leaders and getting people growing! Check out their work here: victorygardeninitiative.org


This full day workshop is sponsored in part by: New Leaf Foods, Inc. Check out their website for more information: http://www.newleaffoods.org/