Ithaca Children’s Garden is an award-winning 3-acre public children’s garden designed for kids, enjoyed by all, and driven by a mission to inspire the next generation of environmental stewards. The workshop will focus on ecosystem exploration and relationship building seeking to facilitate the younger generation's introduction to the Permaculture Design Principles' foundation of awareness and observation. The workshop will include an interactive hands-on-activity geared towards children ages 6-11 and their families. All are welcome to join us as we explore the different ecosystems in the Garden and ways that we are all interconnected.121 Turtle Ln, Ithaca https://ithacachildrensgarden.org/ (607) 342-1146 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ithaca Generator provides public access to 21st century tools and technologies like 3D printers, laser cutters, and microcontrollers. We make these tools available through affordable membership and through educational partnerships. By making these technologies accessible, we aim to transform the public’s conception of themselves from passive consumers to active designers, inventors, and innovators.116 W Green St, Ithaca https://ithacagenerator.org (607) 269-7436 email@example.com
1/4 acre downtown food forest featuring numerous different perennial fruits and vegetables, along with a hidden wetland ecosystem816 S Meadow St, Ithaca https://www.facebook.com/pg/IthacaUrbanFarm/ (607) 280-3235 firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a local family farm providing children and families with outdoor, natural world and sustainable agriculture education. We actively are inclusive of ALL children, providing access to 16 acres of incredibly biodiverse land — you are free to roam field, forest, creek, waterfall and gorge spaces in order to embrace nature in all its abundant beauty.272 Enfield Falls Rd, Ithaca http://LearningFarm.org (707) 570-5178 ChristaNunez@gmail.com
Cultivating a hearty welcome and a habitual sharing of space with family, neighbors, animals, friends & community.
Three Story Farm is in its second year of operation. In 2018 we began the process of converting an abandoned hayfield into a productive landscape by installing a water management system and planting 1000 chestnuts and 1500 hazelnuts. This year we started planting low maintenance fruit trees and shrubs along the berms and took the first steps in establishing a nursery to provide some short term income sources while waiting for the nut crops to come into production. Come hear our plans for gradually planting out our acreage and incorporating livestock into our operation. And finally, come see how water drives the system, how the water coursing through our system of swales and berms after every heavy rain has reinvigorated the landscape, providing moisture for our crop plants as well as enhanced habitat for wildlife and water-loving plants.100 Rachel Carson Way, Ithaca https://www.facebook.com/ThreeStoryFarm/ (919) 967-3119 email@example.com