A regional get together at Leu Gardens, kicking off October Native Plant Month 2019 – This program is supported by several chapters and organizations. This program is also a new presentation being debuted by Dr. Craig Huegel from his new book, ‘The Nature of Plants: An Introduction on How Plants Work’. The largest plant drawing […]
It’s time to prepare for the Fall gardening season! Come out to Leu Gardens where Eileen, of FarmGal Flowers, will share her favorite cut flowers for the Fall including how to grow and harvest them in our zone. We’ll also create origami seedling pots and plant them with flower seeds for the Fall. Each student […]
The garden beds in front of East End Market are ready for a full soil and seed replacement to prepare for the Fall growing season. Join Fleet Farming and FarmGal Flowers on a gorgeous Sunday morning to help get a large compost drop into the beds so we can get growing some delicious veggies and […]
Buzz on over to Leu Gardens as they celebrate National Honey Bee Day! Learn all about Bees from UF Master Beekeeper Chris Stalder! See a working honey bee hive and sample some delicious honey. Honey and bee related items will be for sale in the pavilion. You can even purchase a native bee home to […]
Can the fashion industry become sustainable? What are the harmful effects that the traditional fashion industry contributes? Join the conversation on sustainable fashion at our August IDEAS Hive event. Second to oil, the clothing and textile industry is the largest polluter in the world. 3 United Nations Climate Change News states, The fashion industry contributes […]
Every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month, Fleet farming gathers at Audubon Park’s East End Market to enjoy the beautiful morning air and tend to our many micro-farms around the neighborhood via bicycle. This is your chance to take the whole family out for an outdoor activity, all while learning all you can about […]
Every second Wednesday of the month join Orlando Permaculture at Audubon Covenant Church (3219 Chelsea St. Orlando, 32803) for their cooking classes.
Learn how to grow and eat locally grown food and develop better ways to work and play at their monthly meetings, held at Audubon Covenant Church (3219 Chelsea St. Orlando 32803).
Each month highlights a special topic presentation.
A weekly gathering of growers, ranchers, fishermen, chefs, artists, handicrafters, musicians and neighbors. Since 2009, Central Florida’s source for the best selection of local food.