Join The Haven Garden Project in Their Efforts This Summer & Save The Date for The 3rd Annual Wine Tasting!

haven-garden-projectSAVE THE DATE: Mark your calendars for September 14, 2012 for the 3rd Annual Haven Garden Project Wine Tasting to support The Haven Garden. This year it will be hosted in the hip, newly opening restaurant, Local Kitchen and Bar in Ferndale! The new restaurant will use as much locally grown food as possible and will create “extremely well-crafted comfort food”. Our very own, Rick Halberg will be the owner and chef of this casual restaurant on Nine Mile Road.
The restaurant will include a four-season patio with a wood-burning fireplace, a large bar and main dining area and a community table. The design will allow for open-air dining in the summer and upstairs will hold a banquet space able to hold 175 people.
Halberg says he wants this new restaurant to be very casual with accessible pricing, great local beer and good craft cocktails. And of course great food!
While you wait patiently for the Haven Garden Wine Tasting event, why not volunteer at Haven Garden?
Do you want to get your hands dirty in our garden? Do you have a youth group or work group who’d like to help out?
The HAVEN Garden Project is a collaborative half-acre organic micro farm and educational space located in Pontiac, Michigan at the HAVEN-Oakland Emergency shelter. The Garden Project serves the HAVEN Community by providing fresh organic produce on a weekly basis to shelter residents and off-site clients; coordinating the preservation and storage of harvested produce; and offering agriculture education and garden stewardship opportunities to youth and adults. To learn more go to: www.michiganyoungfarmercoalition.org.
Last year we harvested 2,100 pounds of produce from the garden, and we’re on track to harvest the same amount this year! We would love your help to keep our garden growing strong and abundant.
Contact Kristi Pavlak at (248) 334-1284 ext 341 or kpavlak@haven-oakland.org for more information or to set up a time for your group to come out and volunteer.
To learn more about the Haven Garden Project, check out some of our past articles:
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