Volunteer with the PFP for Garlic Planting (in person)

The Poughkeepsie Farm Project is looking for volunteers to help plant out garlic. At the end of October they planted garlic cloves that will grow throughout winter and spring to emerge as nice, full heads of garlic by early summer. This is a big project and the PFP could really use your help!

There are two shifts available on Thursday, October 27th:
9am-12pm
2pm-4pm

SIGN UP HERE!

Volunteer with the PFP for Garlic Planting (in person)

The Poughkeepsie Farm Project is looking for volunteers to help plant out garlic. At the end of October they planted garlic cloves that will grow throughout winter and spring to emerge as nice, full heads of garlic by early summer. This is a big project and the PFP could really use your help!

There are two shifts available on Thursday, October 27th:
9am-12pm
2pm-4pm

SIGN UP HERE!

Discussion on Victory Gardens (virtual)

Virtual discussion hosted by the FDR Library in Hyde Park • It has been said that an army travels on its stomach, and never was this more true than during the dark days of WWII. FDR Library Education Specialist Jeffrey Urbin examines the unprecedented contributions made by millions of ordinary Americans who fought the war literally in their own backyards growing food for themselves, the army, and our allies in small plots known as Victory Gardens. Live Q&A in the Facebook comments and YouTube chat, following the presentation. • Stream live on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook