On May 11, the Douglas UCC Creation Justice Team brings you “Green Gardens,” a really fun evening event designed to help us manage our patches of Earth and support green growers, to keep her healthy and the plants and foods we raise happy and flourishing, all while feeding a shared table and a shared water table safe enough for everyone downstream of us. Our teachers will be Ken Freestone, Master Composter (yes, that’s a thing), returning to us from GreenMichigan.org, and Avril Freeman, an Agriculture Educator (definitely a thing, too).
Thing 1 and Thing 2 will race us through all of the possibilities for growing our own or working with our landscape maintenance folks and local farmers to reduce our impact, improve our yields, recycle our garbage into gold.
May 11, Green Gardens
DUCC Friendship Hall
6:30pm, social time
7:00pm, program begins
Please sign up for this event in the Friendship Hall at Douglas UCC or by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will have desserts and light snacks, coffee and tea service to share. This is not a potluck, but if you feel inclined to share something, sharing is always nice.