Ann Arbor Reskilling is supporting a community event for our June presentations:
Farm Education Day and Sustainable Food Fest
Celebrate sustainable food and farming with the local Jewish community: Re-Skilling Workshops, Vendors, Education, and Food!
Sunday, June 14th 10am – 2pm
at Matthaei Botanical Gardens | 1800 N Dixboro Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
– with bus tours to Green Things Farm
Presentations on Beekeeping, Soil Health and Composting, Seeds, Pickles, and more!
Visit http://www.facebook.com/jewishallianceFLJ for a full schedule!
Hosted and made possible by:
The Jewish Alliance for Food, Land, & Justice
and the Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor
All persons are welcome regardless of religion or affiliation
Admission is free, but it helps to pre-register at:
Featured A2 Reskilling Presentation:
12:15 – 1:15 Backyard Chickens hosted by Glee Bohanon, CEO, and chief bottlewasher at Fair Feather Farm. Meet a few chickens and learn about raising them in your own backyard, including caring/feeding, safe handling of eggs, and how to make home-made feeders.
A2 Reskilling Table Demos:
10 – 12 Intro to Canning hosted by Emily Springfield of Preserving Traditions.
10 – 2 Intro to Weaving hosted by Kathy and Leslie Moskal of Moskal Farm.
10 – 2 Making Lip Balm & Hand Lotion hosted by Kathy and Leslie Moskal of Moskal Farm.
A2 Reskilling: Promoting resilience through community building and skill-sharing.
If you have a community event you would like us to supply reskilling workshops for, please let us know! We are always excited to help reskilling reach new parts of our community!