Urban Farmhouse is selling tee shirts on BonFireFunds.com to help Tricycle Gardens. All the profits from the shirt go straight to the non-profit so Tricycle Gardens can continue with their mission of healthy food and healthy communities. Great to see locals helping each other out and it’s a damn nice looking shirt to boot.
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On Saturday, October 16th, join over 1,000 of your friends & neighbors for the third annual HandsOn Day. Transform our community by volunteering at one of over 40 nonprofits, city parks, and schools. Projects include park clean-up and restoration, housing rehab for elderly citizens, arts and crafts with children, and many, many more.
Come out for TG’s Clothesline and Garden Party on October 10th, or get involved at one of the t-shirt painting parties: Head on over to Tricycle Garden’s urban farm on Bainbridge and 9th Streets to visit a climate success story. We will spend the morning from 10 am – 1 pm preparing Richmond’s first urban [...]
The folks at Tricycle Gardens invite everyone out for the Open Farm, Black Light BUG Night & Party: Join us for an evening on the farm (corner of 9th & Bainbridge Streets in old Manchester), Thursday August 26th, for a late summer celebration at the farm! Check out the Farm Stand, meet our staff and [...]
Tickets are now available for the 1st Annual Edible R-evolution Garden Tour.
What exactly is Urban Agriculture and where is it going? Learn about the history of community gardens in America, and the nuts & bolts of what it really takes to create and sustain a garden in your community. Learn about Tricycle Gardens’ work, what they are doing to make community gardens part of Richmond’s story [...]
REMINDER: The farmstand at Tricycle Garden’s Urban Farm at West 9th & Bainbridge Streets is open on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4-7PM.
Tricycle Gardens invites everyone out to “please join us on one of the longest days of the year to celebrate and enjoy the hard work of friends, neighbors, volunteers, garden managers, and the staff & board of Tricycle Gardens. Meet the people who get dirty for fun, learn about urban agriculture, & make a toast [...]
The Tricycle Garden’s Urban Farm stand opens today: Stop by the farmstand this Thursday, June 3rd, and pick up some veggies. Chard, mustard, beautiful heads of romaine, sweet french turnips, italion dandilion, beets and more. Or just stop by to say hello and see what has happened over the past 4 months! Corner of 9th [...]
Tricycle Gardens will be hosting a presentation on Asheville’s George Washington Carver Edible Park on Tuesday, 27 April 2010 at 7PM at the Tricycle Gardens HQ at 11 West 7th street: Permaculture (permanent agriculture) is the harmonious integration of landscape and people providing their food, energy, shelter, and other material and non-material needs in a [...]
Tricycle Gardens will be hosting a free showing of DIRT! this Sunday, February 28th, at 6PM at the TG headquarters at 211 West 7th Street: The film offers a vision of a sustainable relationship between Humans and Dirt through profiles of the global visionaries who are determined to repair the damage we’ve done before it’s [...]
We are breaking ground on our first Urban Mini Farm (yet to be named) at the corner of 9th St. & Bainbridge St., in old Manchester. We are setting up a vermiculture operation, hoop houses for cold weather growing, a living fence of raspberries, blackberries and blueberries (YUM!), and gardens for intensive growing. Thanks to [...]
Tricycle Gardens invites you to gain confidence and inspiration for starting your own organic garden! Various aspects of getting started will be discussed including: choosing a site, soil preparation, starting seeds, irrigation, harvesting, tools, organic management of pests and diseases, and making the most of our Virginia climate. Come and share your interests and experiences with [...]