The South Pine Street City Farm organizes its first work day on Saturday, March 26th at 10:00am.
Interested garden volunteers are encouraged to attend.
Farmer Jesica Clark of the South Pine Street City Farm is looking for garden volunteers for the first farm work day of the season on Saturday, March 26th at 10:00am. The city of Kingston’s first ‘urban farm’ is located at 27 South Pine Street in Kingston. Volunteers will help prepare 20 raised beds, create mushroom logs and more. A light lunch will be served.
About the South Pine Street City Farm: The South Pine Street City Farm is dedicated to serving as a model of urban agriculture for the city of Kingston and beyond. This small- scale market garden will show that agriculture can thrive in an urban environment while also providing important educational components to encourage other farm projects throughout urban areas. The farm and its growers will work with individuals and organizations in the community to achieve a farm and food based network. South Pine Street City Farm is a program of The Queens Galley in partnership with the Kingston Land Trust and Binnewater Ice Company.