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Meet the farmers from Red Wagon Organic Farm - Sunday, Feb. 7 at two locations -- two opportunities!

Meet the Tuv Ha’aretz Farmers

Find out how you can get local, fresh and sustainably grown produce at the same time you put Jewish purchasing power behind Tikkun Olam. Come meet Amy and Wyatt, the farmers from Red Wagon Organic Farm and our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) partners.

Meet the Farmer

Open to the entire Jewish community:
Sunday, February 7 – 11am at Congregation Har HaShem (3950 Baseline Road – South Building)
Sunday, February 7 – 1pm at Boulder Jewish Community Center (3800 Kalmia Ave.)

Feel free to bring a friend or pass this on to anyone you think might be interested.

For more information, you can reach us at boulderjewishcsa@gmail.com

BOULDER TUV HA’ARETZ
Boulder Tuv Ha’Aretz, a Hazon Community-Supported Agriculture program, is a partnership of Congregation Aish Kodesh, Congregation Bonai Shalom, Nevei Kodesh, Adventure Rabbi: Synagogue Without Walls, Pardes Levavot, and Congregation Har Hashem with Red Wagon Organic Farm.

About Lisa Bates

I am the current site coordinator for the Boulder Tuv Ha'Aretz program.

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