April Plants & Pints

Apr 09, 2016 : 10:00

It’s a better way to meet new people… Guaranteed.

Urban Farming is taking Atlanta by storm, and many of these local food projects rely solely on volunteers to feed their communities. Join us on Saturday, April 9th for a few hours in the morning to help two of our Community Partners, Concrete Jungle and Historic Westside Gardens.  Afterwards, pay off your good deeds with a cold drink and lunch and meet some great people while you work.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Reserve your spot for the projects below (you must register to attend, since space is limited)
  2. Commit to showing up at the scheduled time to serve these local nonprofits
  3. If you’re feeling social, stick around for food or a drink after we finish
  4. Tell your friends to join you, or come alone and meet new people. Either way, you’ll have a blast.
  5. We’ll send you information in a separate email a few days before the event, so stay tuned for that

Impact areas: Community Development, Urban Farming

Please only register if you know you can attend, as spots are limited and we do not like to disappoint our Community Partners with no-shows. If your plans change after you sign up, we ask that you let us know in advance so we can fill your spot. Thanks!

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Location Details:

Concrete Jungle
Apr 09, 2016
: 10:00 to 12:00

1117 Birch Street Southwest, Atlanta, GA 30310, United States
Doghead Farms helps grow food to donate to local shelters, and they can't do it without volunteers who work the beds, plant new crops, and keep the farm in motion.

Historic Westside Gardens
Apr 09, 2016
: 10:00 to 12:00

100 Vine Street Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30314, United States
The Westside is changing quickly, and this urban farming project is not only feeding neighbors, but teaching them to grow their own food. Volunteers are needed to help clear weeds, lay mulch and more.