AWAKENING OUR GARDENS

Saturday, May 4, 1pm-4pm
Turning Point
Corner or Elm St and Frost St.

AND/OR

Sunday, May 5, 1pm-4pm
Brattleboro Food Co-op Garden
Rear parking lot along the Whetstone Brook

Many hands make light work… We’re getting ready for growing! Come to say hi or to help out on either (or both) day(s). We’ll be there from 1-4pm, but you can come and go as you please.

If you come to help out, be sure to dress appropriately including a hat and garden gloves. We’ll have tools and some extra gloves on hand.

Saturday, May 4, at Turning Point Recovery Center, corner of Frost and Elm (diagonally across from NE Youth Theatre.

Sunday, May 5, at the Brattleboro Food Co-op – rear parking lot along the Whetstone Brook

Tasks at each garden include: tidy up and pile debris/trash for hauling, renew compost and soil layers on the sheet-mulched beds, lay down wood chips on the paths set up pea fencing and plant peas, plant other suitable early seeds, replenish several container gardens, put up new signs, hand out brochures and sign up new volunteers.

Fresh veggie snacks for all plus a seed planting activity for children.

Past Events

CELEBRATE A MUD-LUSCIOUS MARCH MEAL!
LET’S COOK TOGETHER!

Monday, March 11, 6-8pm
Co-op Community Kitchen (entrance on Canal St.)
Suggestion Donation $5

Come cook–and eat!–with Edible Brattleboro Monday March 11 at 6 pm in the Co-op community kitchen. Knock the mud off your boots and come on over. Together we’ll prepare three whole food, plant-based recipes: Potato Leek Soup, Moroccan Stew, and Key Lime Pie. Bring yourselves and maybe an apron and your favorite knife; everything else is provided, including child care. The evening is free, but please register by contacting shareholder services.

CELEBRATE MARCH!
FREE SAMPLES

Saturday, March 9, 10am-2pm
Brattleboro Winter Market
80 Flat Street

Visit Edible Brattleboro’s table at the Winter Market’s new location for a free taste of one of the recipes in our next cooking class.

VISIT US AT THE BRATTLEBORO FOOD CO-OP

Monday, January 21, 1-3pm
Brattleboro Co-op, 2 Main St. 

We will be at the Brattleboro Co-op on Monday near the exit, talking about Edible Brattleboro’s work. We’ll have a few surprises too, so stop by and chat!

CELEBRATE COMFORT FOOD!
LET’S COOK TOGETHER!

Monday, January 14, 6-8pm
Co-op Community Kitchen (entrance on Canal St.)
Suggestion Donation $5

Winter winds send us in search of comfort food. Join Edible Brattleboro chefs in preparing three plant-based recipes perfect for cold days. These tasty, vegan recipes include stew, macaroni and “cheese”, and dessert (chocolate!). Come cook with us and then join us for dinner.

CELEBRATE COMFORT FOOD!
FREE SAMPLES

Saturday, January 12, 10am-2pm
Brattleboro Winter Market
80 Flat Street

Visit Edible Brattleboro’s table at the Winter Market’s new location for a free taste of one of the recipes in our next cooking class.

CELEBRATE WINTER SQUASH!
COOKING CLASS

Monday, November 12, 6-8pm
Co-op Community Kitchen (entrance on Canal St.)
Suggestion Donation $5

‘Tis the season for winter squash. Join Edible Brattleboro chefs for a hands-on cooking class celebrating squash in three plant-based recipes perfect for holiday gatherings. Recipes include soup, salad and dessert.

CELEBRATE WINTER SQUASH!
FREE SAMPLES

Saturday, November 10, 10am-2pm
Brattleboro Winter Market
80 Flat Street

Visit Edible Brattleboro’s table at the Winter Market’s new location for a free taste of one of the recipes in our next cooking class.