USU has generously provided a grant to buy equipment and will be providing classes on nutrition and cooking at the store house and the Co-Op, and the Ephraim Co-Op is providing their commercial grade kitchen for use. The kitchen will give an opportunity to many who’s kitchens may not pass inspection, or for those who do not have access to the equipment. It fits in perfectly with the Garden’s mission of making local, nutritious food easily accessible to everyone. Details for the classes will be posted to the Facebook Page once they are available!
The garden also hosted their first annyual Harvest Party here at Ephraim Square. It was quite the vent with locals bringing fresh produce for sale, and a dinner was offered. I have a few pictures of the Party Below!
For anyone seeking more information about the community garden, there is a Facebook page dedicated to the project! www.facebook.com/ephraimcommunitygarden