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De Colores Story Time on the Farm
De Colores Story Time on the Farm! Garden-Based, Sensorial, Early-Childhood Literacy Development Parents and children, join The Growing Project's Farm Manager, Amy Kousch, for a unique and educational farm experience! What: An experiential, story time session at our educational farm. Both English and Spanish! All ages welcome but geared towards youth birth- 4 years old. Activities and stories focus on experiencing all of our senses as well as cultivate emotional/social wellness and mindfulness. When: Fridays: July 20th, July 27th, August 3rd, August 24th, and August 31st. 9-10 am. Starts promptly at 9 am, please do not show up late! Where: The Growing Project Educational Farm (The Burrow), 1502 N. Shields St. Enter the property, open and close the green gate behind you, and follow the parking signs. Please do not park in front of the house or the neighbor's houses. How to Register: Space is limited, so you must RSVP. Please RSVP by emailing [masked] with the number of adults and children in your family/group. You must RSVP 24 hours in advance. Cost: This opportunity is donation-based! We recommend a $10 donation per child. Your donation helps The Growing Project provide opportunities like this for everyone in our community regardless of their income. Donate online in advance HERE: http://www.thegrowingproject.org/donate1.html

The Growing Project @ The Burrow

1502 North Shields St. · Fort Collins, co

What we're about

MISSION

The Growing Project (TGP) is a volunteer-run 501(c)3 nonprofit that promotes the value of a strong, diverse, and just local food system to all residents of Northern Colorado through direct agricultural experiences, education, and advocacy.

VISION

We accomplish our mission through creating community gardens that increase the supply of fresh local produce, providing educational programs to build community knowledge, skills, nutrition, sustainable agriculture, permaculture, and self-sufficiency, and through advocacy efforts that promote community access to food grown locally.

For more information about us, please visit our website at http://www.thegrowingproject.org or to join our newsletter, email volunteer@thegrowingproject.org.

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