Preserving Summer's Bounty
We will be toasting this summer's bounty on the 4th Saturday of each month with virtual tours of Koiner Farm followed by micro-workshops on urban homesteading.
We invite you to fix an evening cocktail/mocktail and join us from the comfort of your kitchen or backyard, as we demo canning, drying, freezing and root cellar storage of seasonal fruits and veggies.
This is great opportunity to see what's growing at Koiner Farm, while learning a new skill that will help you save money, eat healthy and reduce food waste!
Never before has the need for a sustainable, equitable and local food system been more evident or more pressing. And, with more time at home, we are all doing our part to eat conscious, conserve resources, and support small farms.
We hope this series helps you get the most out of this summer's bounty!
Special thanks to the law firm of Andalman & Flynn for generously matching donations up to $2,000!
Thank you for supporting CKC Farming and our quest to create a network of neighborhood farms here in Montgomery County!
MAKE A DONATION
Now, more than ever, the world needs healthy, knowledgeable, caring individuals, armed with the experience and understanding to build a smart, equitable, and sustainable food system.
Your donation to CKC Farming will help endow the next generation of workers, voters, consumers, and innovators with the tools and knowledge they need to solve the agricultural challenges of tomorrow.
The Charles Koiner Center for Urban Farming (DBA:CKC Farming) is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations to CKC Farming are tax deductible to the extent of the law.
Thank you for your support!
BECOME A SUSTAINING DONOR
Please consider becoming a sustaining donor, or Friend of the Farm, by setting up a monthly donation that works for you. Our sustaining donor program starts at just $10/month and includes perks at varying levels during the growing season. Sustaining donors are critical to any nonprofit, but particularly to a small conservancy tasked with preserving our resources in perpetuity.