11 February 2012
WE DID IT!! We actually surpassed our fundraising goal of $2,000 and raised $2,395 through our online IndieGoGo campaign. You can scroll through blog posts to the right >>>>>>>>>>>>> to see the history of the campaign, or visit the campaign site below to check out updates. Still want to make a donation? It's not too late, and perks are still available, download a form at "http://www.alchemicalnursery.org/files-a-media/cat_view/129-permaculture-resources/134-forest-gardening.html".
The 'Rahma Free Health Clinic Edible Forest Garden' online IndieGoGo fundraising campaign is now live!
Take a moment to check it out on IndieGoGo and also share it with your friends. All the tools are there. Get perks, make a contribution, or simply follow updates. If enough of us get behind it, we can make 'Rahma Free Health Clinic Edible Forest Garden' happen.
"The Rahma Clinic is a new resource for Syracuse providing free health care services at 3100 South Salina St. An important part of health is nutrition and healthy eating; . . .
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it is a well known fact that the southside of Syracuse currently does not have a grocery store providing fresh produce and healthy food choices, and is commonly referred to as a food desert. Young and old are often tasked with finding food options at local corner stores, which often specialize in pre-packaged sugar laden snacks and processed “foods”. More healthy food options are needed for southside residents and visitors.
This project will integrate perennial edible landscaping into the urban fabric showcasing: > Use of perennial plant species to reduce annual maintenance of propagation, cultivation and planting needs > Use of native species and ground covers to reduce watering needs > Use of multi-story design to utilize vertical growing space without expensive built infrastructure > Use of diverse plant products for self-mulching and self-fertilizing (maintenance of site integrity)."
Check out the full campaign at http://www.indiegogo.com/Rahma-Free-Health-Clinic-Edible-Forest-Garden?a=373323&i=emal
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