Join us for Eats and Beats 2015!
We're excited to announce our sixth annual Eats and Beats community dinner! This year's event, part of an ongoing fundraising effort to send AUNI's youth to educational conferences, farm trips and leadership training, will take place on March 28, from 5:30 to 8:30, at Penn's Newman Center (3720 Chestnut Street). It will feature a five-course seasonal meal cooked by our students, as well as a raffle, silent auction and performances by youth and friends of AUNI.
Free Monthly Grow it Yourself (GIY) Workshop Series!
On Wednesday, Feb. 11th from 5:30-7:00 at the Bartram's Community Farm, there will be a Gardening Basics, Seed Selection, Gardening Management, and Planning Class on what to grow in 2015. This gardening 101 and crop management class is for beginner to intermediate gardeners and would be great way for individuals and organizations to attend. Participants will learn how to read a seed catalog, planting dates and zones, and where to locate your garden and how to start your growing season. Visit our Facebook page below!
Volunteer with Us
AUNI is calling you! We here at AUNI are always looking for interested individuals or groups who would like to come and support us in any way possible. We have a variety of events and activities that could benefit from the inspired support of those who are interested in our mission here at AUNI. If you would like to learn more about volunteer opportunities, click below!
Holiday Workshop Series 2014-2015
The Adult Senior Nutrition Program and Community Farm and Food Resource Center present our Holiday Workshop Series. This interactive series will feature a variety of different topics related to nutrition, health, and wellness. The next workshop in the series will start on January 27, 2015 at Bartram's Village Community Center. Visit our ASNP page to sign up an for more details.
Check out our local markets!
AUNI Farm Stand’s two youth-run farm stands offer some of West Philadelphia’s freshest, healthiest, and most affordable produce. Not only is the food locally grown, it’s also run by members of our wonderful community! Learn more about our markets on our new market page.