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Austin Community Gardens: PDF Print
Want to grow some of your own food but have no land? Check out the plots available at these neighborhood garden locations listed by the Sustainable Food Center. Details: Emily Neiman 236-0074 ext. 5 < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it > www.sustainablefoodcenter.org.
• Alamo Community Garden 2101 Alamo St.
• Blackland Community Garden 1600 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, across from Kealing Middle School.
• Deep Eddy Community Garden 3001 Atlanta St.
• El Jardin Alegre Community Garden 1801 E. 2nd St.
• Good Soil Community Garden 12th & Chicon streets.
• Peter Tucker Community Garden 1705 Waterston Ave.
• Project Imagine 3421 E. Cesar Chavez St.
• Quilombo Garden Collective 5606 Harold Court.
• South Austin Community Gardens South 5th Street at Cumberland Road.
• Sunshine Community Garden 4814 Sunshine Drive at 49th Street.
• Travis County Southwest Metro Park Community Garden US Hwy 71 at Ross Road.
• Windsor Park Community Garden 5801 Westminster Drive.
 
Central Market Cooking School: PDF Print
Call the school for up-to-date schedules & class availability. N. Lamar at 40th St. Details: 458-3068 www.centralmarket.com/cm/cmClasses.jsp.
 
Community Supported Agriculture Subscription Delivery Programs. PDF Print
The following farms provide food to clients who subscribe. Contact the farms for details:
• Finca Pura Vida 944 Lakeview Rd. Fayetteville. Details: e-mail preferred < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it > 979-249-3866.
• Green Gate Farms 8604 FM 969 (E. MLK at Decker Ln) 8 miles east of downtown Austin. Certified naturally grown produce. 512-926-2436, 404-625-4967 www.greengatefarms.net.
• Hairston Creek Farm Rt. 3, Box 69 Burnet. Details: 512-756-8380 < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >.
• Hands of the Earth Farm (formerly Oasis Gardens Farms): Offering 2 pick-up locations to get a weekly bushel basket of fresh, seasonal veggies. Details: 389-3835 < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it > www.handsoftheearth.com.
• Millberg Farms (Kyle area only) 737 Opal Lane, Kyle. Details: Tim Miller 512-268-1433.
• Tecolote Farm 16301 Decker Lake Rd., Manor Details: David Pitre & Katie Kraemer < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it > e-mail preferred. 512-276-7008.
 
One-Pot Meals Brochure Lays Out Meal Model: PDF Print
18 recipes revamp old favorites in healthy ways in this free brochure, based on steadily mounting research on diet & cancer. Experts at the American Institute for Cancer Research are urging Americans to adopt a simple but innovative meal model for better health & lower weight. The brochure can be read, downloaded or ordered at www.aicr.org/onepot. Or a single copy can be ordered at no charge by calling 1-800-843-8114, ext. 459.
 
Slow Food Austin: PDF Print
Recognizing that the enjoyment of wholesome food is essential to the pursuit of happiness, Slow Food USA is an educational organization dedicated to stewardship of the land & ecologically sound food production; to the revival of the kitchen & the table as centers of pleasure, culture & community; to the invigoration & proliferation of regional, seasonal culinary traditions; to the creation of a collaborative, ecologically-oriented & virtuous globalization; & to living a slower & more harmonious rhythm of life. Want to learn more or join? Details: < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it > www.slowfoodaustin.org.
 
South Austin Food Co-op Forming: PDF Print
Potential members sought for this new food co-op. Details: Michael Shattah 694-4001.
 
Whole Foods Market Culinary Center Cooking School: PDF Print
Call the school for up-to-date schedules & class availability. 525 N. Lamar Blvd. Details: 476-1206 www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/calendars/LCC.html.