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Annual Winter Potluck – 2016

Join us on Sunday January 29th from 6 pm – 8 pm
for our Annual Potluck and Angel Card Ceremony
at the Bitternut Homestead, 717 Otisco St Syracuse, NY 13204.

We’ll share food, enjoy a burning fire, pull Angel Cards, create art, and catch up. Vegan food is preferable for sharing. BYOB.

Share and RSVP on the Facebook page for this event if you can, and in any case, feel free to come and bring good company!

SALT-CNY listserv kick-off approaching

With the beginning of 2017, we are launching the SALT-CNY e-mailing list to serve and connect people in and around Syracuse and Central New York who are interested in and working on the topics of Sustainability, Agriculture, Landscaping, and/or Transition.

SALT-CNY listserv sign-up

To sign on as part of the initial cohort please send an email with your full name (First and Last) and email address to info@alchemicalnursery.org, along with the name of an organization you represent if applicable. Continue reading →

Gardening Day at 610 Gifford St

Don’t miss our opening Gardening Day at the 610 Gifford St Community Garden on Saturday April 23rd from 1 pm – 3 pm. ¬†It’s a good opportunity to come and meet one of Syracuse’s newest community gardens, in the heart of the Near West Side. ¬†Plants and tools will be provided, you only have to show up.

April 23 2016 Gardening Day Capture

Bitternut Homestead News

Prickly lettuce flowers do indeed make a pretty mix with blooming daylily, if you can get past them being a "weed". ...

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The best part of waking up! Black raspberries are ripening and ready to be picked! ...

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Start of eight-day brining process for pickled Walnuts. ...

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Rahma Forest Garden News

Come help out at the Rahma Edible Forest garden this Saturday. We'll be preparing for the Juneberry harvest, thinning out some raspberry plants (which you can bring home), tending to our new pernennial flowers, making space for mint, trimming currant shrubs, and more. (All are welcome, including children). ...

Rahma Garden Workday

June 10, 2017, 11:30am - June 10, 2017, 2:00pm

Come help out at the Rahma Edible Forest garden this Saturday. We'll be preparing for the Juneberry harvest, thinning out some raspberry plants (which you can bring home), tending to our new pernennial flowers, making space for mint, trimming currant shrubs, and more. (All are welcome, including children).

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Black locust flower in bloom and ready to harvest for a sweet snack at Rahma. Get some now, they'll only be around for maybe a week more at the absolute most. ...

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Rahma corner transformation. A welcoming gather location. Eye catching streetscape. ...

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