Coming to Your Neck of the Woods

We don’t want to keep the good we grow to ourselves. We want to make it available to as wide an audience as possible. So we need your help! We need opportunities to do what we do as many places as possible. Bring us to your school, civic org or faith community.

Or join us at one of our public events.

Either way, you’ll be glad you did.

Jun
17
Mon
2013
Summer Planting @ West End Library
Jun 17 @ 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm

hands cleaning food

Want good food to eat this summer?
GROW YOUR OWN!

Tired of killing plants? What thrives this time of year? Not sure if you have adequate space for a garden? Want to learn the basics on planting and sun and water and drainage? Want to learn how to feed, prune, protect and harvest your plants? Have you wanted to grow, but were just nervous about everything you don’t know? Then this is the information session for you!

RSVP Login to FB and click “Join”

What You Will Discover:

Seasonal plants
Natural rhythms
Garden options
Soil inputs
How to care for your growing plants
Natural fertilizer, pesticide and herbicide options
… and That we know more together than we do apart πŸ™‚

What to Bring:

Your inhibitions – and a willingness to release them
Your questions – and a willingness to ask
Your experience – and a willingness to share
A Digital Device or Pen & Pad – for notes
A Great Attitude – I’ll have a smile on my face, you should too

Who Should Attend:

Wannabe gardeners
Adults (parents, teachers, mentors) interested in gardening with children
Children (9 & up) interested in gardening and accompanied by an adult
Experienced gardeners and Elders who wouldn’t mind sharing their wisdom

Jul
15
Mon
2013
Verimiculture Essentials @ West End Library
Jul 15 @ 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm

What wiggles and burrows and makes the best darn fertilizer on the planet?
Worms!

Tired of ingesting toxins all in the name of getting your plants to grow? Tired of feeding land fills your leftover food? Imagine there’s a way to get the best out of your plants without poisoning your soil and ground water? Then this is the information session for you!

RSVP Login to Facebook.

What You Will Discover:

Current destructive systems
Natural rhythms
Worm bin options
Starting a bin
Worm care
Worm castings
How to use them
… and That we know more together than we do apart πŸ™‚

What to Bring:

Your inhibitions – and a willingness to release them
Your questions – and a willingness to ask
Your experience – and a willingness to share
A Digital Device or Pen & Pad – for notes
A Great Attitude – I’ll have a smile on my face, you should to

Who Should Attend:

Wannabe gardeners
Adults (parents, teachers, mentors) interested in gardening with children
Children (9 & up) interested in gardening and accompanied by an adult
Experienced gardeners and Elders who wouldn’t mind sharing their wisdom

Sep
16
Mon
2013
Fall Planting @ West End Library
Sep 16 @ 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm

Want good food to eat this summer?
GROW YOUR OWN!

Tire of killing plants? What thrives this time of year? Not sure if you have adequate space for a garden? Want to learn the basics on planting and sun and water and drainage? Want to learn how to feed, prune, protect and harvest your plants? Have you wanted to grow, but were just nervous about everything you don’t know? Then this is the information session for you!

RSVP To be activated 2 weeks prior

What You Will Discover:

Seasonal plants
Natural rhythms
Garden options
Soil inputs
How to care for your growing plants
Natural fertilizer, pesticide and herbicide options
… and That we know more together than we do apart πŸ™‚

What to Bring:

Your inhibitions – and a willingness to release them
Your questions – and a willingness to ask
Your experience – and a willingness to share
A Digital Device or Pen & Pad – for notes
A Great Attitude – I’ll have a smile on my face, you should to

Who Should Attend:

Wannabe gardeners
Adults (parents, teachers, mentors) interested in gardening with children
Children (9 & up) interested in gardening and accompanied by an adult
Experienced gardeners and Elders who wouldn’t mind sharing their wisdom

Oct
21
Mon
2013
Compost Essentials @ West End Library
Oct 21 @ 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm

What can feed bugs, chickens and people too (though perhaps not all at the same time)?
Compost!

Is there a way to dispose of waste while not turning the earth into a giant garbage can? Ever wondered the difference between fertile and infertile soil? Can you imagine there’s a way to get bugs to work with us, not against us. Then this is the information session for you!

RSVP To be activated 2 weeks prior

What You Will Discover:

Current destructive systems
Natural rhythms
Composting options
The best “recipe” for compost
How to ensure your compost “cooks” fully
Various ways to “serve” compost back to the earth
… and That we know more together than we do apart πŸ™‚

What to Bring:

Your inhibitions – and a willingness to release them
Your questions – and a willingness to ask
Your experience – and a willingness to share
A Digital Device or Pen & Pad – for notes
A Great Attitude – I’ll have a smile on my face, you should to

Who Should Attend:

Wannabe gardeners
Adults (parents, teachers, mentors) interested in gardening with children
Children (9 & up) interested in gardening and accompanied by an adult
Experienced gardeners and Elders who wouldn’t mind sharing their wisdom

Oct
16
Thu
2014
“Think Global, Draw Local” | World Food Day @ Hammonds House Museum
Oct 16 – Oct 17 all-day

On World Food Day, 16 October, Kid Cultivators, in partnership with Hammonds House Museum, is sponsoring “Think Global, Draw Local,” a day of artistic activism and food security awareness.

The most easily accessible weapon in the fight against hunger and malnutrition is local creativity. Kids throughout the Atlanta-area will create artwork that expresses the big idea “nutritious foods are essential to a healthy world.” Atlanta-area teachers wanting to participate may contact us at [email protected] for more information.

In addition to art created in classrooms at local schools, Kid Cultivators Homeschool Community will gather at Hammonds House Museum Wednesday afternoon to make art together and to learn more about what families can do to expand sustainable food opportunities in their communities.

Participants’ artwork will be entered into the FAO’s 2013 International Drawing Competition. Find photos of kids making art or learn more about involving kids in creating a more sustainable future on our blog.

Oct
16
Fri
2015
“Think Global, Draw Local” | World Food Day @ Hammonds House Museum
Oct 16 – Oct 17 all-day

On World Food Day, 16 October, Kid Cultivators, in partnership with Hammonds House Museum, is sponsoring “Think Global, Draw Local,” a day of artistic activism and food security awareness.

The most easily accessible weapon in the fight against hunger and malnutrition is local creativity. Kids throughout the Atlanta-area will create artwork that expresses the big idea “nutritious foods are essential to a healthy world.” Atlanta-area teachers wanting to participate may contact us at [email protected] for more information.

In addition to art created in classrooms at local schools, Kid Cultivators Homeschool Community will gather at Hammonds House Museum Wednesday afternoon to make art together and to learn more about what families can do to expand sustainable food opportunities in their communities.

Participants’ artwork will be entered into the FAO’s 2013 International Drawing Competition. Find photos of kids making art or learn more about involving kids in creating a more sustainable future on our blog.

Oct
16
Sun
2016
“Think Global, Draw Local” | World Food Day @ Hammonds House Museum
Oct 16 – Oct 17 all-day

On World Food Day, 16 October, Kid Cultivators, in partnership with Hammonds House Museum, is sponsoring “Think Global, Draw Local,” a day of artistic activism and food security awareness.

The most easily accessible weapon in the fight against hunger and malnutrition is local creativity. Kids throughout the Atlanta-area will create artwork that expresses the big idea “nutritious foods are essential to a healthy world.” Atlanta-area teachers wanting to participate may contact us at [email protected] for more information.

In addition to art created in classrooms at local schools, Kid Cultivators Homeschool Community will gather at Hammonds House Museum Wednesday afternoon to make art together and to learn more about what families can do to expand sustainable food opportunities in their communities.

Participants’ artwork will be entered into the FAO’s 2013 International Drawing Competition. Find photos of kids making art or learn more about involving kids in creating a more sustainable future on our blog.

Oct
16
Mon
2017
“Think Global, Draw Local” | World Food Day @ Hammonds House Museum
Oct 16 – Oct 17 all-day

On World Food Day, 16 October, Kid Cultivators, in partnership with Hammonds House Museum, is sponsoring “Think Global, Draw Local,” a day of artistic activism and food security awareness.

The most easily accessible weapon in the fight against hunger and malnutrition is local creativity. Kids throughout the Atlanta-area will create artwork that expresses the big idea “nutritious foods are essential to a healthy world.” Atlanta-area teachers wanting to participate may contact us at [email protected] for more information.

In addition to art created in classrooms at local schools, Kid Cultivators Homeschool Community will gather at Hammonds House Museum Wednesday afternoon to make art together and to learn more about what families can do to expand sustainable food opportunities in their communities.

Participants’ artwork will be entered into the FAO’s 2013 International Drawing Competition. Find photos of kids making art or learn more about involving kids in creating a more sustainable future on our blog.

Oct
16
Tue
2018
“Think Global, Draw Local” | World Food Day @ Hammonds House Museum
Oct 16 – Oct 17 all-day

On World Food Day, 16 October, Kid Cultivators, in partnership with Hammonds House Museum, is sponsoring “Think Global, Draw Local,” a day of artistic activism and food security awareness.

The most easily accessible weapon in the fight against hunger and malnutrition is local creativity. Kids throughout the Atlanta-area will create artwork that expresses the big idea “nutritious foods are essential to a healthy world.” Atlanta-area teachers wanting to participate may contact us at [email protected] for more information.

In addition to art created in classrooms at local schools, Kid Cultivators Homeschool Community will gather at Hammonds House Museum Wednesday afternoon to make art together and to learn more about what families can do to expand sustainable food opportunities in their communities.

Participants’ artwork will be entered into the FAO’s 2013 International Drawing Competition. Find photos of kids making art or learn more about involving kids in creating a more sustainable future on our blog.

Oct
16
Wed
2019
“Think Global, Draw Local” | World Food Day @ Hammonds House Museum
Oct 16 – Oct 17 all-day

On World Food Day, 16 October, Kid Cultivators, in partnership with Hammonds House Museum, is sponsoring “Think Global, Draw Local,” a day of artistic activism and food security awareness.

The most easily accessible weapon in the fight against hunger and malnutrition is local creativity. Kids throughout the Atlanta-area will create artwork that expresses the big idea “nutritious foods are essential to a healthy world.” Atlanta-area teachers wanting to participate may contact us at [email protected] for more information.

In addition to art created in classrooms at local schools, Kid Cultivators Homeschool Community will gather at Hammonds House Museum Wednesday afternoon to make art together and to learn more about what families can do to expand sustainable food opportunities in their communities.

Participants’ artwork will be entered into the FAO’s 2013 International Drawing Competition. Find photos of kids making art or learn more about involving kids in creating a more sustainable future on our blog.