Ryerson’s Farmer’s Market – Wednesday, August 21st, 11 am – 3 pm
Ryerson’s Farmers Market is back tomorrow for its second instalment of the summer, featuring artisanal food, fresh organic produce and craft items from local Ontario producers. The outdoor event is in partnership with AppleTree Markets, and will feature everything from fresh fruits and veggies to smoked meats and vegan Caribbean pastries. This year marks the third annual market event, making local food affordable and accessible to our campus.
We will be hosting a stall and selling our own fresh organic produce that we have grown right on campus. We will have a number of fresh vegetables for sale including eggplants, peppers, tomatoes, zucchinis, cucumbers, and garden greens.
Come find us tomorrow at our tent on Gould Street from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
If you would like to help us harvest or table the event, send us an email and let us know!
Toronto Worm-share and Care at RHG
Rye’s HomeGrown and Toronto Compost Leaders are excited to present the 2nd WormShare event of 2013!
Come for worm starter kits, small and large containers of red wigglers, and for worm bin construction and maintenance tutorials with some of Toronto’s most experienced composters.
Worm-Share and Care
Presented by Rye’s HomeGrown and Toronto Compost Leaders
When:Thursday, August 15, 4-6pm (drop-in)
Where: Ryerson University, 40 Gould St (North side of street) between Bond and Church st.
Worm-Share and Care will be in front of Rye’s HomeGrown’s Gould st. demonstration garden. We will have tables and chairs set up under a tent.
Contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or to “reserve” some worms in advance
Rye’s HomeGrown (RHG) is made up of Ryerson students, faculty and staff who prioritize food sovereignty and responsible ecology. We employ a GROW to THROW (closed-loop food cycle) model and aim to create community by building innovative environments where traditionally siloeddisciplines intersect and interact. We invite them to gather in spaces around a common topic – food. RHG operates 8 edible gardens on campus using a variety of growing methods and techniques. We provide a source of healthy food for the university community and act as a focus for on-going discussion, experiment and development of a sustainable campus, and ultimately a sustainable city.
The Toronto Compost Leaders is a network of composting practitioners, facilitators and supporters based in the Greater Toronto Area. Facilitated by FoodShare, it is run in collaboration with dedicated individuals, many of whom are with community organizations and institutions. “Weavers of the soil food web”, the network provides capacity building to enable the production of on-site, quality composting and its integration in the urban food cycle – from seed to scrap.
Massive Serviceberry Pick with Not Far From The Tree
Do YOU love the taste of FRESHLY PICKED BERRIES? Want to Learn the Art of Gleaning? If so, join Not Far from the Tree (http://www.notfarfromthetree.org) and Rye’s HomeGrown for our 1st Ever Serviceberries pick at Ryerson University!! Our goal will be to harvest the 53 Serviceberry trees located on Campus!
BE SURE TO BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINERS as everyone will have the opportunity to take some of the serviceberries home!!
Please note that the date might subject to change as it is difficult to predict the exact date in which the fruits will be ready!!!
Come join in on the Gould Street fun!
Date: June 27th, 2013
Location: Gould Street Garden (across 55 Gould St.)
Please RSVP to email@example.com by June 25th. This is to ensure that we don’t leave anyone behind.