Thanks to everyone for such a fun and busy summer season. We’re still helping folks build a few gardens this fall, but most of our plans are heading indoors – working with students at King Tech High School, planning an Agronauts course at the Space Farming Institue, and preparing for Anchorage VegFest! But before we … More October Newsletter – Fall / Winter Veggies and Putting your garden to bed
Anchor Gardens and Yarducopia are hosting a plant pot drop-off and exchange at the Midtown Garden Depot on Sunday, September 12 from 1-5 pm. The address is 2930 Cheechako Street We’ll be accepting used gardening pots and trays, as well as tools, fencing, and leaves (no garbage bags please) to use and share with gardeners … More Plant Pot Recycling at Yarducopia’s Midtown Garden Depot
To celebrate the growing season, fresh fruits and vegetables, and the completion of ACAT’s July/August Food Security Canvass, Yarducopia is hosting a Harvest Party at Grow North Farm. We’ll have food and drink. Please bring stories and maybe some of your garden harvest to share. Looking forward to catching up! More info and updates on … More Harvest Party Potluck
Pump up your tires folks, and come join us on a garden bike tour through Mountain View and NE Anchorage next Saturday, July 24! We’ll be visiting a dozen different gardens by bicycle, hearing directly from the individuals and organizations that make these projects come to life, their bigger mission, and how gardening and growing … More Garden Tour by Bicycle!
The season has begun! Yes, the soil is still a bit cold, but the social side of Yarducopia began in earnest last week. We’re busy connecting neighbors, visiting gardens, and making plans for the summer with new and returning gardening pairs. The more the merrier, so don’t hesitate to reach out, pass on our info to friends and … More [May Newsletter] New Gardeners, Roots, and Members of the Yarducopia Team!
I’m excited to announce that Mary-Ellen Garner and Jordan Ebert and I will be running Yarducopia together this summer! I’ve included introductions from these two wonderful individuals below. We’re feeling pretty lucky to get to work together, and excited to see you all in the garden this summer. “Mary-Ellen spent most of her childhood … More New Team Members for 2021!
You can find the Most Recent Currant Affairs Newsletter on the Alaska Food Policy Council’s website – https://www.akfoodpolicycouncil.org/currant-affairs Currant Affairs March 30, 2021 Edition Compiled regularly by Nick Riordan on behalf of Yarducopia, Alaska Community Action on Toxics and the Alaska Food Policy Council **Marks new and updated items in this issue VIRTUAL WORKSHOPS, WEBINARS, CONFERENCES, & SPECIAL EVENTS **March 30 AK Food Policy Council’s second installment of their Alaska Cottage Food Webinar Series. April 3 … More Most Recent Currant Affairs Newsletter
April 13 – 6:30 to 7:30 PM – Propogating Perennials – We’ll spend an hour talking through how to reproduce common perennials like currants, gooseberries, rhubarb, mint, and more using little more than a pair of scissor, some potting soil and a pot. This activity isn’t for everyone, but if you like the sound of … More April Workshops: Propagating Perennials and Neighborhood Composting Programs
Yarducopia and Adrift Gardens are excited to announce two March workshops: Designing Your Garden and Seed Starting from Scratch. Each two-hour virtual workshop is hands-on, with a supply list sent out in advance and materials available for pickup on request (seeds, soil, seedling trays, lights, etc) so that, despite being geographically apart, we can work through the topics … More Workshops with Adrift Gardens! Registration and Details and Donations
Currant Affairs February 18, 2021 Edition Compiled once or twice a month by Nick Riordan on behalf of Yarducopia, Alaska Community Action on Toxics and the Alaska Food Policy Council **Marks new and updated items in this issue VIRTUAL WORKSHOPS, WEBINARS, CONFERENCES, & SPECIAL EVENTS February 18 Alaska Botanical Garden hosts an online workshop, Making a Garden Journal, from 6:00 – 7:00 PM. Winter is a great time to think about gardens. The seed catalogs are arriving earlier each year, tempting … More Currant Affairs 2/18/2021