The Seedfolk Store
540 W. Main Street
Fresh fruits & vegetables, granola, coffees & locally-grown teas. A ProsperRochester, Inc. program.
Location: Rochester, New York
Latest Activity: Jun 18, 2017
Tuesdays - Friday, 1:30-5:00 p.m.
Started by Eleanor Coleman Nov 9, 2013.
The Seedfolk Store operates under the auspices of ProsperRochester, Inc., a program currently focused on community engagement through urban agriculture. We are collaborating with other SouthWest…Continue
I just created an event, for a health & wellness fair that we are having at Millard E. Latimer & Son Funeral Home at 983 South Plymouth Avenue on August 12th. We are still looking for wellness related businesses or organizations that would like to participate. I would any assistance in getting the word out about this event. Please call 585-328-2680 or I can be reached directly at 585-317-7003 if you have any questions or want to participate in this event. THANK YOU!!!
End-of-Summer Youth Program Celebration Fri, 8/15, 4-7 @ Gandhi Institute, 929 So. Plymouth Ave!!!
Hope this finds you well. I'd like to invite you to join our 2014 Seedfolk Youth Team for our summer program closing celebration / block party-this Friday, August 15, 4-7pm at the Gandhi Institute.
New Seedfolk Store Hours: Tues-Fri, 1:30 - 6 p.m. The Seedfolk Store will not be open on Saturdays during the summer as work shifts toward managing "Seedfolk City Farms" at 929 So. Plymouth (next to the Gandhi Institute) and the E. Main St. Greenhouse location (2271 E. Main St.).
The 9 youth who have been employed for 6 months and working at these location will have a Closing Ceremony on Fri. 6/13 from 4-7 p.m. at The Seedfolk Store.
Preparations are now being made to employ 12 youth through RochesterWorks! and in partnership with the Center for Youth. We have secured funding to continue to employ 2 current youth over the summer in addition to the new team of 12. Visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/seedfolkstore.
The Seedfolk Store thanks you for your steadfast support, John Boutet!!
Here is an interesting review from TheMSPress: Blog
I'm kind of relieved that Wednesday's weather forecast is for 45 degrees. That will make it easier for folks to decide to come inside to attend Wednesday's workshop at The Gandhi House. Hope to see lots of you there!
Patty Love's Permaculture Workshop, at M. K. Gandhi Institute forNonviolence, 929 Plymouth Avenue S, Rochester, NY, 14608Wed, April 16, 6:30pm - 8:30pma $5.00 donation is being asked to attendBio:Patty Love designs permaculture gardens and lifestyles for herself andothers in Rochester, NY, where she consults and designs as the owner ofBarefoot Edible Landscape and Permaculture, teaches and learns as theProgram Director of the Rochester Permaculture Center, and co-leads as theProgram Director and founder of the public food forest project, Lots ofFood.Workshop description:Got lead? Got shade? How about urban wildlife? Permaculture, a designscience rooted in natural systems, informs us how to plan productiveperennial food forests that will feed sub/urban dwellers in even the mostchallenging environments - by the block or by the yard. Learn ecologicalgarden and polyculture design basics as well as advanced problem preventionand solving to increase the biodiversity, health, and productivity of yoursub/urban garden or farm while discovering some new foods, regenerating theenvironment, and reducing your workload.
Make your own Easter egg dyes from things you have in your pantry. All material provided.
What: Workshop - Easter egg dyes from your pantry
When: Saturday, April 12, 1-3:00 pm
Where: The Seedfolk Store, 540 West Main Street
Growing your own vegetables is like printing your own money.
~ Ron Finley
If you've never had the pleasure of growing your own food from seed, this is the place for you.
What: Workshop - Seed Starting for Beginners
When: Sunday afternoon, April 5 at 1:00 pm
Where: Seedfolk Store, 540 West Main Street
Seeds, containers, and potting mix will be provided. Space is limited to 12, so please e-mail Marian Boutet at email@example.com for a reservation.
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