Siri Chand Khalsa is a thought leader on focusing awareness that food can be recognized as medicine and one of the primary foundations for health and leading through the whole life cycle. Khalsa will present at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 26 in the Reynolds Recital Hall of the Hedgcock Building.
Seed Saving II
July 9 at 6pm
NMU Hoop House
Your garden can provide you with all the seeds you need for next year. e second part of this two-part class will demonstrate seed saving methods for different vegetables, as well as the best ways to store seed for next year.
To RSVP and get more info, call Abbey at 225-0671 x25
$5 suggested donation
Click here to check out an interview with our Community Liaison Natasha Lantz, MSUE Educator Michelle Walk, and Rock River Farm Owner Rowan Bunce as they talk about local food and the Upper Peninsula Food Exchange in the U.P with Media Meet.
Sunday, June 23rd
1 – 4pm
Spend the afternoon with family and friends! Tour this local farm and meet the folks who run it. Pick up a Local Farm Tour Guide for directions and information.
For additional questions contact Abbey at 225-0671 x25 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Now that the Co-op’s expanding, we need your help to make our dream kitchen happen! We’ve already purchased the building, but money’s tight, and there’s only one station for demo cooking in the current blueprints. We can make a better classroom! We need to raise $20,000 to fund this project. Contributions will got toward renovating the room itself, installing extra cooking stations to keep classes hands-on, extra seating, and a range of utensils to accommodate the many types of classes and workshops we offer. All contributions raised will go toward bettering the Co-op Classroom. Help by contributing to our indiegogo crowdfunding page.
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This issue: funding expansion, UPFE, local hoop houses, fracking, info on the board election and Annual Owner Feast – not to mention our calendar, detailing movie nights, classes, and more!