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Volunteers Prep the Farmers Market

This past Saturday the West Broad Market Garden hosted a fabulous volunteer day to help us prepare for our upcoming farmers market on May 2nd. Volunteers from the Society of Environmental Engineers, the UGA Habitat for Humanity and the UGA Horticulture all helped to make this a truly productive day!

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West Broad Farmers Market and Garden, an Andrea Skellie Production

Andrea Skellie created this lovely short documentary on the West Broad Farmers Market. Great Work, Andrea! West Broad Farmers Market & Garden from Andrea Skellie on Vimeo.

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Day of Service Slideshow

Anne Yarbrough Photography Mike Lord/Barrelman Productions Carlton Davis/Many T 360 Photography MLK Day of Service Steering Committee Members Produced by Kimberly Davis

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Athens Heritage & Urban Agriculture Festival

The festival paid homage to Athens’ African-American heritage, with special emphasis on West Broad School, including its pioneering role in urban gardening and agriculture. The event was sponsored by the Athens Land Trust’s West Broad Market Garden, in collaboration with the Heritage Committee and the Athens Area Black History Committee. In addition to historic recognitions, […]

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Produce Stand at the University Nursing Home and Rehab Center

The humidity of the week had lifted on Saturday, 24 August 2013, when Ethel Collins and Stephanie Bergamo joined the University Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center for a day of outdoor doings. Miss Ethel and Stephanie set up a produce stand of vegetables from our West Broad Market Garden alongside a troupe of motorcyclists and […]

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MLK, Jr. Day of Service 2013

As part of the MLK Day of Service, an annual event organized by ALT partner Community Connections of Northeast Georgia, 29 passed through the gates of the West Broad Market Garden on January 21st. Starting at 9 a.m. volunteers were greeted by 70’s-era funk careening from the borrowed PA system which had been set up […]

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