It's Trey Ford, the Market Coordinator at Eartha's Farm & Market. I was representing Eartha’s Farm & Market (formerly known as White Harvest Farms) and Duval Soil & Water Conservation District at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens Educator Open House in October. As promised I wanted to provide you with information on how you and your students could engage with each entity.
Eartha’s Farm & Market
We are excited to announce a collaboration with St. Johns Riverkeeper for the 2023-2024 school year. Traditional students and homeschoolers can register for the River and Roots
workshop where we explore the natural world and the impact we have on the land and the waterways in Jacksonville. You can learn more about this program offered once a month by downloading the attachment below. For farm tours, field trips, and volunteer hours contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For information about the farmers market contact email@example.com. Our Instagram is now @earthasfarmandmarket check out pictures from the ribbon cutting and grand opening!
Duval Soil & Water Conservation District
There are multiple contests going on..Envirothon is done as a team and the photo, speech, and poster contests are entered individually. The theme for the photo, speech, and poster contest is “May The Forrest Be With You” (word to the Star Wars fans)
Each contest is open now and ends next spring. For registration and contest rules contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lastly, the Duval Soil and Water Conservation District is celebrating 70 years with a “relaxed Gala” and ode to Agriculture at Congaree & Penn on November 29th
For tickets click here.