Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Pickles & Upcoming January Events



Boone Street Farm pickles are now on display at our friend Dane's new coffeeshop located at 34 Lanvale Street.

It's the perfect spot to grab a pastry, a hardboiled egg, and a cup of really great coffee while you're waiting for the Bolt bus, taking a train, going to a show at Metro gallery, or watching a movie at the Charles. It's an absolutely beautiful and bright little cafe, and will be focusing on local foods.

All produce in the canned goods grown at the garden over the summer: pickled okra, pickled green beans, and a sour & hot green tomato relish that goes great on a cheesy quesadilla or with tortilla chips. You can even get some super local eggs that Dane is making into an amazingly simple egg salad, with thyme and a little bit of very good mayo.

Other updates from the farm in late January?

It's still grant writing and crop planning time! More info to come soon about the plants that we are excited about growing, how you can sign up to purchase Boone Street produce, and more.

Don't forget to check out these upcoming events:

CGRN Summit

Baltimore's best community gardening resource hosts its annual summit to plan for 2013! CGRN was essential for us, they gave the first $1000 grant to Boone Street Farm so that we could purchase compost, seeds, and tools. I don't know what gardening would be in this city without this organization. Can't wait to attend.

January 31, 2013 — 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Location: 2640 Space, 2640 St. Paul St., Baltimore, MD 21218
For more information or to RSVP, please contact Anna Evans-Goldstein at anna.evans-goldstein@parksandpeople.org or (410) 448-5663 ext 128.

Greening University

Event Description: Workshops and resources detailing the best practices for gardening and managing open spaces, led by Baltimore’s premier gardening experts!

Keynote Speaker: Beth Strommen, Director of the Baltimore Office of Sustainability

Audience: This event is for Novice & Experienced Gardeners, Community Leaders and Community Professionals.

Fee: $1 to $3 donation requested.

Course options will include:
  1. Beekeeping & Animal Husbandry
  2. Fruit Trees 101
  3. Large-Scale Gardening (farming)
  4. Gardening With Kids
  5. Cooking Good Food from Easy Veggies
  6. Laws and the Land: What you might want to know
  7. Get Started with Power in Dirt-Land and Neighbors
  8. Stormwater Management for Community Green Spaces
  9. Just Starting? You Need Site Evaluation
  10. Ask the Experts
Levering Hall (on the West side of Campus)
Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus
3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21218

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