Date: Friday (9/1)
Time: 10 a.m. to Noon
Place: TAFB Learning Garden
3251 Sappington Place
Tarrant Area Food Bank is inviting the community to tour their working community garden so they can get inspiration for their own gardening ventures to benefit their community.
TAFB invites all interested people, social service agencies, faith-based organizations and community service groups to come and learn how resources like community gardens can help feed hungry people in their community.
TAFB’s Community Garden program operates the TAFB Learning Garden in Fort Worth for training and demonstrations.
“Produce grown in the garden is distributed to local agencies serving those in need,” the website reads. “The TAFB Learning Garden showcases a wide variety of gardening techniques, materials and planting methods to inspire others to start their own gardening projects.”
After the tour, participants are welcome to participate in free training and resources TAFB provides to help support community gardens. Resources include the TAFB seed bank and tool-lending library.
“Since 2011, TAFB’s Community Garden program has helped more than 25 social service agencies, faith-based organizations and community service groups start their own garden projects in and around Fort Worth, ensuring fresh produce for hungry neighbors,” the website continues.
For more information, please visit the website above.