A Free Celebration of Local Agriculture and Community!

Earth-Day-Dana-GrayCelebrate Earth Day on Saturday, April 22, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the farm with tours, exhibits, entertainment, food, kids’ activities and more! It’s free and all are welcome.

Interested in joining the Community Supported Garden at Genesis Farm? It’s a great way to get all your questions answered and meet our farmers and members.

Already a member? It’s a terrific time to renew and get reacquainted with old friends!

Here’s the schedule for our Earth Day Celebration this Saturday, April 22, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. All are welcome; free admission!:

12:00 – 1:00- Edible Weed Walk – with herbalist Reid Giacomarra

12:00-1:00- Soup, soup, soup! Cooking demo and tastings with CT Krause

1:00-2:00 – How to make the most of your share –Tips, demonstrations and tastings from founding member and amazing cook, Linda Welles

12:30-1:15- Music for Children of All Ages – Accordion and Song/sing along – with Len Mooney and Victoria

1:15-1:30- Maypole dance –Community spring dance around the maypole

1:45-2:15- Spirit Hoopers Performance with Jessie Krause and troop

2:15-3:15- Matty Carl Project, a progressive funk-fusion group from North Jersey.

2:30 – 3:15- Cooperative BioBalance – “Talk with the Fruit Trees, ” A guided visualization exercise and a Tree Whispering bioenergy-based hands-on treatment.

2:00 – 4:00- Bitter Love – Cooking demo and tastings with Kate Munning

3:15 – 4:00- Percussion/Drumming Circle

Ongoing:
–Greenhouse/Distribution Center Tours
–How to use your share demonstrations
–Hayrides
–Children’s Activities – wreaths and wand making; clean water project, birdhouse building, bean shelling
–Table-top displays from local nonprofits, artists and holistic vendors
–Light garden lunch
–SwapFest! Bring good stuff you no longer need, find a treasure to take home and make a free-will donation to the CSG. Please take home anything you brought at the end of the day that has not found a home.

Enjoy a day on the farm, fun for all generations!

Special thanks to Dana Gray and Sacramento Earth Day for use of the Earth Day logo.