Adults and Kids, Come DIG! with us at STLF and Pacific Quest’s first gardening day…
on Saturday, October 27th 9:00am-12:30pm
at Veggielution Community Farm in the Emma Prusch Park,
647 King Rd., San Jose, California.
No experience necessary!
Dream, Inspire, and Grow as you lend a helping hand as an urban farmer.
Immerse yourself in the therapeutic benefits of community gardening.
Listen to Mike Sullivan, MA, LMHC, Alumni & Family Services Director at Pacific Quest, speak about horticulture therapy. “Located on the Big Island of Hawaii, Pacific Quest goes beyond traditional wilderness therapy programs, cultivating change by teaching sustainable life skills in a clinically innovative and nurturing environment.”
Aloha A’ina (to love the land) and help us continue to transform the lives of youth in crisis and their families.
* Register now – Space is Limited to 25 people *
This event is free of charge.
Please complete the liability waiver/contact form online before coming out to the farm.
- Veggielution Community Farm
Where do I park? Veggielution Community Farm is located in the Emma Prusch Park, 647 South King Road., San Jose, CA. Follow the signs for Veggielution towards the back parking lot and park along the gravel strip. Enter through the vehicle gate with the Veggielution banner. STLF staff and volunteers will be there to greet you.
Where do I meet the group? We will meet in the PAVILLION (large shade structure).
What should I bring? a hat, closed-toe shoes, water bottle, and a small snack. Tools and gardening supplies will be provided.
Will food be provided? Yes, a light morning snack of muffins, energy bars, bananas, and coffee & juice will be provided when you arrive.
Do I need to sign a waiver? Yes! Please complete the liability waiver/contact form online before coming out to the farm.
What if it rains? We will DIG rain or shine! There are plenty of projects at the farm that are out of the rain.
What type of activities will I be doing? The specific farm tasks will be determined by the Veggielution team but types of activities may include farm work, construction, painting, orchard maintenance, chicken coop, greenhouse, and youth garden.
Can I purchase fresh fruits and vegetables? Yes! The Veggielution Farm Stand will be open.
Who do I contact if I’m unable to attend on the day of the event? There will be a wait list for this event, so please let us know asap if your plans change. Please contact Nina Chan at 408-838-6099 or firstname.lastname@example.org.