It’s time to bring business back to Chicora-Cherokee

We’re definitely picking up steam at Fresh Future Farm. Please mark your calendar to come out and support us for the following events:

Thursday, September 11 – City Council votes to approve our business zoning change. Our supporters sporting green shirts have made a significant impression in the past, we need you to come out for us again this month. This is also the first opportunity for supporters to voice your opinions, so feel free to step up to the mike. North Charleston City Hall, 2800 City Hall Lane at 7 pm.

Saturday, September 20 – Germaine will lead a discussion on urban farming as part of the free United Methodist Church’s Faith and Food Justice Workshop from 10 am till noon. There will be an optional tour of Chicora Place Community Garden after the workshop.

Faith and Food Justice

Thursday, September 28 – City Council will do its final reading on our zoning change. North Charleston City Hall, 2800 City Hall Lane at 7 pm.

Also, our building should be moved onto the property this month and we can use lots of help in the following areas:

Get Involved
Painters
General construction
Carpentry
Muralists
Grant writers
Landscaping support

Wishlist
Used Van (in good condition)
Used Pickup truck (in good condition)
Heavy duty garden equipment (pitch forks, shovels, wheelbarrows, rakes, hoes, pick axes)
Wooden picnic tables
Laptops
Printers & ink
External hard drives

If you want to make a monetary donation, you can do so in a couple of ways:

Paypal – just click on the icon on the right side of our website and follow the prompts.
iGive.com – donate while you shop online through hundreds of online businesses!

Thanks to all that visited EVO Pizzeria in August to eat and donate to our cause and to Park Circle Film Society for inviting us to their End of the Summer party yesterday evening.

Todd, Fresh Future Farm's Collaborator-in-Chief helping spread the word about the farm and other 'GOOD' projects to Park Circle residents.

Todd, Fresh Future Farm’s Collaborator-in-Chief helping spread the word about the farm and other ‘GOOD’ projects to Park Circle residents.