Get excited about the new fall Friends of Boulder Knoll-sponsored adult education course: Celebrating the Harvest of Connecticut Farms.
Here’s the course description that will appear in the soon to be released Fall Adult Education Brochure:
Although Connecticut is losing farmland faster than any other state in the country, farming continues to be a vibrant part of the history and economy of our state and our town. The Friends of Boulder Knoll will offer a series of free classes that will tell the engaging stories of several Connecticut farms and also help you learn how to preserve farmland, support local farmers, and enjoy fresh, local food. One session will also explore the development of a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Farm in Cheshire, an innovative way for a community of eaters to invest in a share of a local farm and get a weekly box of fresh produce in return. A schedule of events will be provided to all registrants.
Meeting time: Thursdays 7-9 pm, October 18, 25, and November 1,8, 15
Location: Cheshire High School
For more information, contact Friends of Boulder Knoll President Kim Stoner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration information is coming soon! Stay tuned to www.friendsofboulderknoll.com for the latest updates.