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Creating Community: The Agriculture Connection

  • Glen Arbor Arts Center 6031 South Lake Street Glen Arbor, MI, 49636 United States (map)

                    Creating Community: The Agriculture Connection, a panel discussion with two local food and community activists who link local agriculture with the work of building strong, creative communities, takes place Sunday, October 14, 2 pm at the Glen Arbor Arts Center, 6031 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor.    Grow Benzie Director Josh Stoltz and Buckets of Rain Founder Chris Skellenger will talk about the vital role of small farm agriculture in community building. Employing strategies of community gardening, greenhouse growing, beekeeping and weekly farmers markets, these activists join agriculture with social concerns to form the building blocks of strong communities.    Offered as part of the GAAC’s exhibition agriCULTURE: Barnyards and Farmscapes, Creating Community is open to the public at no charge. Go to GlenArborArt.org, and click on Events for more information. agriCULTURE is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Michigan Humanities Council.

Creating Community: The Agriculture Connection, a panel discussion with two local food and community activists who link local agriculture with the work of building strong, creative communities, takes place Sunday, October 14, 2 pm at the Glen Arbor Arts Center, 6031 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor.

Grow Benzie Director Josh Stoltz and Buckets of Rain Founder Chris Skellenger will talk about the vital role of small farm agriculture in community building. Employing strategies of community gardening, greenhouse growing, beekeeping and weekly farmers markets, these activists join agriculture with social concerns to form the building blocks of strong communities.

Offered as part of the GAAC’s exhibition agriCULTURE: Barnyards and Farmscapes, Creating Community is open to the public at no charge. Go to GlenArborArt.org, and click on Events for more information. agriCULTURE is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Michigan Humanities Council.

Earlier Event: October 13
MiFiberShed Open Studio
Later Event: October 15
MiFiberShed Open Studio