May FeedATL Westside

May 11, 2019 : 10:00AM

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

Pollen season is behind us and spring is in full bloom!

Sunny May weather brings us another weekend at the farm for our FeedATL Westside initiative. On Saturday, May 11th we will be at Aluma Farm and Urban Sprout Farms with a social to follow at Lean Draft House.

  • First, We Serve: Pick your favorite farm and help harvest plots for Spring. Projects begin at 10AM.
  • Then, We Socialize: After we finish up, we will head to Lean Draft House to mix and mingle with volunteers from all the projects from 12-2PM.

Your Ticket Includes:

  • A morning of volunteering at Aluma Farm or Urban Sprout Farm
  • Snacks from our partner Clif Bar to keep you going throughout the morning
  • Supplies for the project
  • One drink and nachos, guacamole, chorizo fries, and more – at Lean Draft House

Here’s how it works:

  • Reserve your spot at one of our farms
  • Commit to showing up at the scheduled time
  • Join us at Lean Draft House immediately after for some grub
  • Tell your friends to join you, or come alone and meet new people. Either way, you’ll have a blast.
  • We’ll send you all the details in a separate email a few days before the event, so stay tuned

We never want the cost to prevent you from signing up. If it is, please email Kristyn at and we can try to work with you.

Impact areas: Farming, Urban Farming, Urban Gardening

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:

Aluma Farm
May 11, 2019
: 10:00AM to 12:00PM

1150 Allene Ave SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
Planting and harvesting at this industrial lot turned beautiful urban farm

Urban Sprout Farms
May 11, 2019
: 10:00AM to 12:00PM

Urban Sprouts Farms, 2200 Reynolds Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30315
Garden cleanup projects and seasonal harvesting in an art-filled, abandoned motel turned into farm overlooking I-85