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SEE WHAT WE ARE COOKING TODAY
Friday, August 3, 2018
▪ Back to School Farm Adventure Day! ▪ Beekeeping Bootcamp with Lanier Bee Barn ▪ Four week series to becoming a better gardener ▪ Garden News
Come with family and friends to Alegre Farm and enjoy a hands-on, interactive tour at our educational stations. Feed the animals in our petting zoo. Milk a goat! Dig in our worm bins and learn about composting. Smell our chocolate mint plant in our summer garden. Groom our pony! Take a hayride around our 15-acre farm.
Bring lunch and enjoy a picnic under our covered pavillions.
Did we mention pony rides will be offered for $5!
Join us on Friday, August 3rd, from 10am-12pm.
See you there!
Use discount code Back2School to save $5 until Wednesday 6pm!
For delicious, picture-perfect fall crops of spinach, lettuce, peas, kale and broccoli, now's the time to plant.
Get your picture-perfect fall garden
Join Tony, an 8th generation farmer and lead instructor of the Sustainable Urban Agricultural program at Gwinnett Technical College, to grow your own food in a sustainable manner that will enhance taste and have more nutrition.
This awesome workshop series is only $79 and will include 4 classes that are 2 hours each on the following dates from 6pm to 8pm:
Our Squash As part of the Three Sisters, we decided to use a native squash that is known for it's immense size and large leaves.
It's an heirloom native to North Georgia called Candy Roaster Squash. It can easily weigh 10 pounds! That's a whole lot of squash!
The Candy Roaster was originally cultivated by the Cherokee Indians. Now it is a rare seed because it can cross-pollinate leaving seeds to be hybrid. It takes great care to prevent this from happening as it must be isolated from any other types of squash.
Cucumber, Sweet Cucumber, what are you?
Well, it depends on who you ask...
In the botanical world, it's a fruit because it developed from a flowering plant and contains seeds.
But if you ask a chef, you will be told a vegetable. Why? A chef considers the taste of the food. Therefore, a cucumber has a lower sugar content and lacks that sweeter taste. Hence, to the culinary world it's a vegetable.
Bell peppers and tomatoes are botanically fruit but considered vegetables in the culinary world.
In 1893, it was ruled that imported tomatoes should be taxed as vegetable.
We are looking forward to another great school year at Alegre Farm. We offer hands-on field trips where preschool, elementary, middle, and high school students learn about farm life.
We are seeking teachers to guide students through interactive learning stations in our gardens and with our animals. Teaching and farm experience is helpful, but not required. Please contact our Education Director, Angie Mallard, for more information.
Email address is firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call at (770) 339-3065, extension 4.
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We want to share those happy moments with you!
Do you want to take a look at our facility before making a commitment? No problem! We are happy to set up an appointment so you can visit Alegre Farm and see all that we have to offer.
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Kind regards, Your Team at Alegre Farm
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