This week kicks off the Claremont Food Justice Summit on Pomona’s campus! After months of preparation, the students organizing this event have put together a killer lineup of events and speakers spanning a wide array of topics. The Sunday of the Summit will mark the opening ceremony for the new Indigenous Heritage Garden on the north side of the West farm. The Summit is free and open to the public. More information can be found on their Facebook page.
This Wednesday from 4-6 the Farm will also be offering a workshop on propagating plant cuttings. We will be taking cuttings for the Indigenous Heritage Garden, our new pergola area, as well as for San Antonio High School. Bring a pair of pruners/scissors if you like, or we can provide a pair for you to borrow. You will be able to take plants home!