Farm Happenings at Urban Teaching Farm
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Farm Happenings at Urban Teaching Farm

Greens, honey, and plant starts!

Posted on April 16th, 2021
We are buzzing with anticipation for next week's first harvest and pack day! We have vegetables slowly but surely coming in and honey that tastes like sunshine and nature ready for y'all. Not to mention the big star if the season... PLANT STARTS! Each week we will have seasonally appropriate vegeta1 read more »

Get your garden started right!

Posted on April 3rd, 2021
We have a plethora of plant starts coming out of the greenhouse and ready for you gardens! Check out our farmstand for availability, pre-order what you’d like, and pick up anytime on Wednesday 9a-7p.  BUY PLANT STARTS HERE Spring vegetables like collards and fennel, perennial and biennia1 read more »

Planning Season and Updated SHOP!

Posted on January 28th, 2021
This time of year, I'm drinking morning and 1pm coffee, farm boots off and feet by the woodstove, with my full focus on the piles of spreadsheets that magically tell us what to plant, where to plant it, how much to plant, when to plant it, and a million other tiny details. I LOVE IT. For someone wh1 read more »

Farmstand updated! Log in and pick up your order Wednesday!

Posted on January 5th, 2021
Another sweet winter harvest is coming out of the earth and ready to go home with you.  Log in to purchase fresh vegetables from our Teaching Farm in Warnersville and simultaneously support the work we do to make learning about cultivating the earth and growing your own food accessible to ever1 read more »

Winter Carrots!

Posted on December 5th, 2020
These sweeties are coming out the ground beautifully. They are a variety called Napoli and are perfect for winter carrot sweetness and high quality storage. We will have them available until we sell out. Exciting new projects happening on the farm: 1) local Eagle Scout hopeful is building us s1 read more »

Farewell to the 2020 Farm Season

Posted on November 15th, 2020
What a year it's been! We are so honored that you chose to support our little teaching farm project and for some of you, who have stuck it out with us the last two years, THANK YOU! Your Harvest Box this week will be filled with vegetable that tell the tale of this season... beautiful healthy plant1 read more »

Resilience and perspective through the life of a tomato

Posted on October 24th, 2020
We discover on a daily basis how farming with our community is about so much more than growing vegetables. This week’s metaphorical inspiration came from the tomato plant pictured below. The lacinato kale was planted into a bed that held 50 cherry tomato plants earlier this year. Those plants1 read more »

Hearts for Hope 2020

Posted on October 17th, 2020
This past Thursday we celebrated our annual fundraiser without the dinner tables and live auction, but instead with the premier of Hearts for Hope 2020 Virtual Edition video! The farm is featured as well as clients, partners, volunteers, and our founders Don and Kristy as they share how t1 read more »


Posted on October 10th, 2020
We have prepped bed space for 1,500 cloves of garlic to be planted for next year's summer harvest. We're learning so much year to year about what our soil, farm system, and community can sustain and both year's our garlic harvest has been spectacular- so we're making it even bigger for next year! G1 read more »