A small vegetable farm in Hector, NY using organic growing methods; CSA members can pick up their veggies at farmers markets in Corning and Elmira, or pick up straight from the farm. Is a weekly share too much? They have alternative options too! AND, they just won a grant through our very own Finger Lakes Climate Fund! Congrats to Muddy Fingers!
SewGreen is a reuse store right by the Ithaca Commons, that sells unwanted sewing textiles, yarn, needlecraft supplies, and sewing machines. All materials are donated by community members, saving about 22 tons 😳 of materials(!!!) from going to landfills EVERY YEAR! Proceeds help support apprenticeships 👩🏭 and meaningful jobs for young people 👨🏫, summer camps for kids 🏃, and sewing classes for all ages🧵 Wooooooohoooooo! 🥳 Visit their Facebook page or their website to learn more.
Step 1: Dish Truck works with you to determine the specific needs for your event. Step 2: Dish Truck brings clean dishes to you and help set up clean dish pick-up and dirty dish collection stations. Step 3: Dish Truck hauls away the dirty dishes. Step 4: You smile, knowing your event did not create disposable dish garbage! 😇👍👍 Visit their website to learn more about this recipient of our Neighborhood Mini-Grant!
This Syracuse gallery has a mission to exhibit progressive art that inspires resistance and promotes social awareness – a mission we can get behind! 👍 ArtRage has reopened in person as of September 1st, but if you’d rather stay home, you can still view their virtual exhibition via their website, called 8 Minutes 46 Seconds, comprised of powerful moments captured from the current BLM movement, or their current exhibition, called The Seven Deadly Sins – A Trump Dystopian Heptology.
The greatest diversity of native plants in CNY! Looking for… Plants that attract pollinators? Plants less favored by deer? Unique screen plants? Plants for dry shade? ….or simply, plants that are beautiful AND ecologically responsible to plant? See Dan and Sarah at Plantsmen 😊
Small home builders, interior designers, kitchen designers, renovators and consultants! So what separates them from the rest of the pack? 🤔🤔
Just southeast of Rochester, in Victor, NY, lies Ganondagan (ga·NON·da·gan), the site of a Native American community that was a flourishing, vibrant center for thousands of Seneca people. They are now OPEN AGAIN 🥳 so pay them a visit!
Celebrate the weekend with East Side Market! Enjoy products from area farmers and craft vendors including fresh local produce, maple syrup, cheese AND live music. Now through October 11th. Eastside Market is now also offering pre-orders for those who don’t wish to enter the market at this time. Place your order online, and pick up your items on Friday afternoon. Visit their Facebook page to learn more ✨