Posts Tagged ‘garden’

Will You Be Having Dinner This Coming Tuesday? Then Have It With Us and Help Us Win!

fashaSometimes, it seems that we are trying to fit a circle into a square, and making the impossible possible. At least that’s how we’ve felt at times. We realize that obstacles are as constant as time. And we continue to relentlessly and boldly confront them. But can we? Fit a circle into a square?

We’ve been busy trying to bring this project to fruition. Without much funds, and with only our undying determination to create a (former) refugee driven enterprise for other (current) refugees and immigrants. We have a vision for what our Paragon Urban Farm can mean for the Nashville community. And we’re just as excited today about the possibilities as ever.

So…question(s) for you.

Are you in Nashville? Will you be in Nashville on Tuesday May 13th? And will you be having dinner that night?

You can 1. Have dinner on Tuesday Night, and 2. Help a wonderful cause!

We will be presenting at Seed Money Suppers at the Wild Cow in East Nashville at 6PM.

We will talk about our urban farm project, and why we need funding, while competing with other groups. If you attend, you can vote for us, and help us win proceeds from the dinner. It costs $10 per adult, and $5 per child.

We’ve loved every bit of our urban farm. It continues to be a wonderful journey of discovery and growth as we meet more people who love the idea as much as we do, and who selflessly and tirelessly work to help us turn our dream into a reality.

We hope you’ll be there Tuesday, cheering us on. If you can’t be there personally, help us by spreading the word.

In gratitude.

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Fasha meets Tony of Plumbers of Nashville, Inc

As we continue to bring together the many pieces of the project, we explore irrigation possibilities and having water on the property for thefunctioning of the garden. With that in mind, we met with Tony, a plumber and owner of Plumbers of Nashville, Inc at the garden site. During our visit, we assessed what would be ideal for the kind of garden we would like to set up. He had great insights as to how to bring in the water and we plan to continue consulting with him on this. Continue to check in on us to see what we’ve been up to!

Is it still considered a farm if the floor is made of hardwood?

Beautiful rooftop garden.

We’ve missed Spring Planting

But we are on for fall. Still planning, organizing, researching, and finding.