#PunkRockFarmerFriday shares more true tales from the #agrihood, with Lincoln Street Farm's Nat and Nico Dicou, and garden tips from Joseph Lofthouse. Skywatcher Leo T, Utah FAM, Fish for Garbage, Living Traditions. Fresh, homegrown music from Marcus Koncar.
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Kody Colvin, co-founder of Utah F.A.M. -- Friends, Allies and Mentors of LGBTQ+ Community.
Lexi and Shayne Kaili of Fish for Garbage, a nonprofit organization that mobilizes communities through waterway cleanups and watershed education. In April, FFG pulled 12,000 pounds of trash out of the lower Provo River with the help of volunteers.
Kellie Call, Performing Art Manager, Salt Lake City Arts Council, which hosts the first of several Living Traditions pop-up events tomorrow!
Al's #UrbanFarmReport, featuring true tales from the #agrihood with Nat and Nico Dicou of Lincoln Street Farm, an urban farm project in downtown SLC where they're trying to find out what's possible with just 0.2 acres. Look for them at the Downtown SLC Farmers Market at Pioneer Park starting June 5th!
Plus, a few garden tips from Joseph Lofthouse, a landrace gardening expert from Paradise, Utah, who will publish Landrace Gardening, Food Security Through Biodiversity and Promiscuous Pollination later this spring. For more advice from Lofthouse and other punk rock farmers, click here for our SLUG Mag article.
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