proudly presents the
Urban Agriculture Success Project Workshops
January 9, 2015 at 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Speaking up is often part of making an urban agriculture project work. Whether it's advocating for what you need from the City or creating community in your neighborhood, this workshop will help with skills and tips for successfully supporting your project in a public forum. Often overlooked, knowing how to work the system or communicate with neighbors is an integral part of making it all work.
There is no cost for this workshop.
Please register so that we know to expect you.
About this series: These individual 2-hour workshops will help new and beginning urban farmers and gardeners overcome some of the major obstacles to running successful urban agriculture and community garden projects, from accessing land to growing food to being heard by the city government.
Farmers Assisting Returning Military (FARM) Farm
314 West Belt Line Road
DeSoto, Texas 75115
To Register, click on the button to the left.
The North Texas Urban Agriculture Success Project offers educational opportunities, including workshops and hands-on guidance, to help start, sustain, and grow sustainable agriculture businesses and organizations in Dallas-Fort Worth. By working closely with urban farmers, gardeners, and community food leaders, the project encourages grassroots economic development and increases community food security. Funding for this project is provided by the USDA Office of Advocacy and Outreach.