Live music from Version II, #UrbanFarmReport with Boss Gardener James Loomis and Idaho's Snake River Seed Cooperative, Flourish Bakery Holiday Wishlist
Live music from Version Two, a three-piece alternative punk rock band representing Ogden, Utah. Version Two is Ty Norton, (Guitar/Vocals), Joseph Dean (Drums) and Reagan Perry (Bass/Vocals).
League of Women Voters of Utah's Emily Walsh with an update on yesterday's special session of the Utah Legislature. Yep, state lawmakers pass a tax reform bill. Whether taxpayers keep more money in their pockets is a matter of perspective.
Brennon Williams and Jeff Dillon, the organizers of the Dec. 18th fundraiser at Urban Lounge (see above). Williams (bass player for JDxRevival) started his Rex Andersen Foundation Homeless Drive in 2016, named after a close friend who had passed, as a way to better his community.
Aldine's #UrbanFarmReport: Making Seeds and Stuff, featuring:
James Loomis, a full-time urban farmer, educator and permaculture hooligan. Loomis is Farm Director at Wasatch Community Garden's The Green Team Farm and Garden Like a Boss columnist for Catalyst Magazine.
Located next to its existing Grateful Tomato Garden, 629 E. 800 S., SLC, the future Wasatch Community Gardens’ Campus will provide a welcoming and inspiring place where community members can learn, share, and connect with each other through a shared love of gardening and healthy food. Patagonia is matching gifts to Wasatch Community Gardens right now! Click here to Donate through Patagonia Action Works.
Casey O'Leary of Boise, Idaho-based Snake River Seed Cooperative, bioregional garden seed seller made up of 36 family farms located throughout Idaho and the surrounding areas
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