Farm Festival & Fundraiser @ La Finca Del Sur/ South Bronx Farmers!
For more information: Call us @ 888-963-3999
Join the Farmers on August 15th
La Finca Del Sur/South Bronx farmers host:
Farm Festival & Fundraiser @ La Finca Del Sur/ South Bronx Farm!
Fast commute to farm: 1st stop in the Bronx on the 4&5 express train, the 138 & Grand Concourse stop. The farm is across the Street from the subway entrance
Guest Speaker: Annie Novak!
Guest Speaker: Nancy Roomer!
Coucilmember Melissa Mark-Viverito will be speaking
Live music Hungry March Band, and many more, dance and poetry performances
A fun day for the entire family & your friends too!
Please bring a blanket and join us! For more information: www.bronxfarmers.blogspot.com or call 888-963-3999. *If calling the day of event: 646-269-1980.*
Interested in volunteering or hosting future workshops...please contact Regina Ginyard @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions to farm:
La Finca del Sur South Bronx Farmers Cooperaqtive
Rooted in respect for our precious Earth, our communities and ourselves, we are working together cooperatively to provide the South Bronx community with access to local, affordable farm-fresh organic food; encourage economic empowerment; promote health awareness; teach environmental education and to stand for social equity. We accept everyone in solidarity w/ our vision regardless of race, gender, age, and ability. We encourage and celebrate the South Bronx's multicultural folklore, arts and traditions
La Finca Del Sur translates literally as "Farm of The South". We chose this name as a tribute to the southern regions of the world, fertile lands of productivity and endurance, and to the people of the South Bronx , many who migrated from the southern states to find their own place to grow. It is in Spanish to additionally honor the many Latino groups who have helped to shape the culture of this area.
La Finca Del Sur se traduce literalmente como "Farm of The South". Escogimos este nombre como tributo a las regiones surenas del mundo, tierras fertiles que perduran, y a la gente del Sur del Bronx, muchos entre ellos migrantes del los estados del sur, quienes vinieron en busca de un lugar para desarrollar. El nombre es en espanol para honrar tambien a los tantos grupos Latinos que han ayudado a formar la cultura de esta area.