Magical Mystery Farm TourDate & Time
October 20, 2013
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
What do we grow and why?
How has the farm evolved since we planted our first raised beds three years ago?
How do carrots, kale, bees, goats, fish, worms and chickens form an interconnected ecosystem that produces an extraordinary abundance of produce and protein in a relatively small footprint right here in West Berkeley?
Come see our farm through the eyes of its chief steward and farmer, and find out the answers to these questions and more on an enlightening behind-the-scenes farm tour with Rae Graeber.
Rae Graber arrived at Urban Adamah as part of the fall Fellowship class of 2011, and spent the winter working and co-managing the farm before becoming the full time farm manager in February of 2012. Rae has studied and practiced organic agriculture since 2005. During this time she’s been involved with various farms and gardens, including organic farms on Orcas Island in her home state of Washington and non-profit urban gardening projects while studying at McGill University in Montreal. Read her full bio.
This family-friendly event is free. We ask that you kindly register in advance so we may know how many people to expect.
Like all events here on the farm, we ask that you bring a canned food item to contribute to our food bank.