The Core Apple Seeds Newsletter December 2013, Winter Edition [Read full newsletter] A Season to be Thankful A Message from the Board of Directors It truly is the season of giving. Thanks to our community, we raised $10,000 for the Apple Seeds Teaching Farm. Expanding our reach is among our top priorities and the Teaching Farm allows us […]
Kickstarter Campaign Raises $10K! December 1, 2013 Apple Seeds is so thankful for YOU and your incredible support of the Apple Seeds Teaching Farm! On Saturday evening a final donation took us almost $100 over our fundraising goal of $10,000. We were overwhelmed with excitement–the moment had come–we were making this teaching farm happen. This […]
LOCAL NON-PROFIT APPLE SEEDS RALLYS COMMUNITY TO BACK URBAN TEACHING FARM IN THE HEART OF FAYETTEVILLE NOVEMBER 15, 2013 Local non-profit APPLE SEEDS launches a series of ‘FARM-RAISING’ events this month to help fund the development of a 2-acre community farm and regional school garden education hub located in the center of Fayetteville, beside Ozark […]
A Call for Help for an Urban Education Farm Ozarks at Large, Christina Thomas November 7, 2013 [Listen here] Apple Seeds Inc. is calling for community support to launch an educational farm on two and half acres of of College Avenue in Fayetteville to teach teachers how to start school gardens. [Listen here]
Apple Seeds, Inc. plans ‘teaching farm’ on College Avenue Fayetteville Flyer, Dustin Bartholomew November 5, 2013 Full article An organization that works to help local children build healthy eating habits is planning to build a new urban “teaching farm” on College Avenue in Fayetteville. Apple Seeds Inc., a non-profit that seeks to inspire “healthy living […]
Apple Seeds Teaching Farm: Kickstarter Campaign November 1 – December 1, 2013 Help us raise $10K in 30 days! Click here to view. In 2014, Apple Seeds has the exciting opportunity to expand to reach the greater community by developing the Apple Seeds Teaching Farm in the Heart of Fayetteville, Arkansas–the grounds of which are […]
High Praise from an influential individual! P. Allen Smith discusses Apple Seeds Inc. on his blog. Read about it here
Our second Healthy Cooking Class was held at Owl Creek School in Fayetteville on March 14th. To view the story in the Northwest Arkansas Times, click here.
Our first Healthy Cooking Class was held at Asbell Elementary School in Fayetteville on February 28th. To listen to the “Ozarks at Large” story on KUAF radio, click here.
The Core Apple Seeds Newsletter August 2013, Back to School Edition [Read full newsletter] Making the Plant to Plate Connection Farm to School Field Trip Provides First-Hand Learning Opportunity Apple Seeds just wrapped up our second Plant-to-Plate summer with the Donald W. Reynolds Boys and Girls Club of Fayetteville. Thanks to our partnership with the […]