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The Urban Harvest Newsletter from Truly Living Well

From: K. Rashid N.
Sent on: Tuesday, August 9, 2011 10:45 PM
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   Truly Living Well Newsletter

August 8, 2011  

In This Issue
:: Our Farm Markets
:: Crops Being Harvested
:: Divine Production
:: Lorri Mason Joins TLW
:: Okra



Fruit and vegetables

Since 2006, Truly Living Well has been providing the local Atlanta community with organically grown vegetables and fruit direct from our certified natural  Atlanta farm. TLW offers COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE (CSA) SUBSCRIPTIONS. CSA members can actually

see the food being grown, discuss the process with the growers,

volunteer their services, and have at their disposal food that is fresh-picked, wholesome, highly nutritious and above all, safe and delicious.


Purchase Subscription Now!


Our Farm Markets

TLW is all natural!



Wednesdays, 3pm to 7pm 
3353 Washington Road, East Point 30364
Friday, 3pm to 7pm
Wheat Street Garden, 75 Hilliard Street N.E.
(Near Martin Luther King Jr. National Park) Atlanta, GA 30312

Truly Living Well is Certified Naturally Grown. Truly Living Well uses no synthetic herbicides, pesticides, fertilizers, antibiotics,
hormones, or genetically modified organisms.

Crops Being Harvested 

Yellow Summer Squash




Okra, Cucumber, Green Beans, Egg Plant, TOMATOES, TOMATOES, TOMATOES, Butter Beans, Black-eyed Peas, Yellow Squash, Zucchini and herbs of many flavors and more!!


Come Early to Get the Best Selection!

Divine Production

excerpt from the book "Grow Where You Are!" by Eugene Cooke


Grow where you are


Urban agriculture offers many possibilities.  We can create edible landscapes, food forests, square foot garden beds, aquaponic systems, bio-dynamic mini-farms and many other production models.  All of these methods utilize water, minerals, Sunlight and life force energy.The resources to create healthy production are accessible in most urban environments.  Notice how each season produces its own abundance.  The leaves of Fall are essential for healthy compost.  The rainwater of Spring can be collected in rain barrels for the dry months.  In late summer we gather the abundant overgrowth from the garden to further stimulate the compost pile with nitrogen-rich green matter. The deep chill of winter assists in breaking up hard soil through the freezing and thawing cycle.


Seeds are the new gold.  In this age of GMO and patents, it is vital that we research the impact of what we plant.  Seeds contain two elements: a microscopic plant and a limited food source.  Heirloom seeds have the genetic information from generations on this planet.  This sacred intelligence can literally reprogram our planet and our bodies to a harmonic that is timeless and sustainable.



Lorri Mason Joins the Truly Living Well Team


We are honored to have Lorri Mason

of Stems and Roots sharing her 16 years of expertise with us at the Truly Living Well! 

Lorri mason
Lorri Mason




Okra comes from a large vegetable plant thought to be of African origin, and it was brought to the United States three centuries ago by African slaves. The word, derived from the West African nkruma, was in use by the late 1700s. Grown in tropical and warm temperate climates, it is in the same plant family as hibiscus and cotton.


Okra are rich in B-complex group of vitamins like niacin, vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine), thiamin and pantothenic acid. The pods also contain good amounts of vitamin K.  Vitamin K is a co-factor for blood clotting enzymes and is required for strengthening of bones.


Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture would like to thank all of our supporters, patrons, donors and customers for their love and support over the years. We are constantly looking for better ways to serve you.



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Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture

P.O.Box 90841

East Point GA 30364


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