The Last Crop Mob of 2010
Well guys, it’s been an amazing year! We’ve dug, weeded, and laid the groundwork for a really fantastic addition to Georgia’s sustainable agriculture community, and we think things will only get better next growing season with some experience under our belts. For the time being, however, the last Crop Mob of the year is upon us! And we certainly intend to make it a great one.
On Sunday the 21st, we’ll be sticking around town (that’s right! No long drive!) and going to Truly Living Well to help a legend in urban farming: Rashid Nuri. We’ll be helping him get some land ready for next year as well as learn really fascinating details on urban farming methods. Contrary to what you might think, it’s not simply uprooting traditional farming techniques to an urban landscape. More details to come regarding our specific tasks, but Miller Union will be there to warm us up with some of their amazing grub and we’re hoping to have a little musical entertainment as well (though nothing is finalized). Knowing Mike, we can probably count on some Folksy Brews goodness as well. Who knows what surprises we’ll pull out of our muck boots? It’s definitely a mob not to be missed. And the first one we’ll actually have to bundle up for!
So, go ahead and snag a spot and keep your eyes open for some more details coming your way in the next week or two. We can only accommodate 50 for this mob, so if you sign up and can’t make it, be sure to let us know so folks on the waitlist can come. And if you don’t make it to this, you best be at our Holiday gathering (details on the way about that, too) – cause we want to see your Mobber faces and wish you a happy, restful winter before we get rolling again, full force next year!
See you on the 21st. Be there or be square!
Photo credit: Anthony-Masterson