Growing Food and Sustainability Walking Garden Tour...before Capital Brewery

My sister, Natalie, and I would like to invite you to a walking tour of Growing Food and Sustainability's greenhouse and school garden sites in Middleton! We are launching a summer program this June for 35 middle and high school students that will teach sustainability through gardening and food production, cooking, art, people-powered transportation, and green entrepreneurship. Come join the tour if you would like to...

- Learn more about our program and how you (or youth that you know) can get involved
- Check-out the Middleton High School raised bed garden site, featuring companion planting
- Be one of the first to see our brand new garden site at the Middleton Alternative Senior High. With 5,000 square feet of growing space, it's really more of a youth farm than a garden!

Since everything is in close proximity, we can meet (and for those driving, park) at Capital Brewery, and then walk to the gardens from there
...and be back to the Brewery in time for some drinks :)

We hope to see you there!

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  • Stuart U.

    Gabrielle & Natalie are such impressive young women! They must make their parents and community extremely proud. Not only is their project amazing, but they also make pretty darn good tour guides!

    May 24, 2012

  • Gabrielle

    We're looking forward to seeing you all this evening!

    May 23, 2012

  • Mary F.

    Thanks for posting this Gabrielle. :-)

    April 2, 2012

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