Take the Macho Out of Mechanics

37870 Chase Run Road Albany, OH 45710 37870 Chase Run Road, Albany

Join Rural Action, Morgan Hager, and Lindsay Klaunig of Trouvaille Farm for a fun and interactive event. Folks will come away with a better understanding of how to prevent common issues with their small engines as well as basic diagnostic knowledge. This class is ideal for folks who have operated small engines on farm and would like to learn the mechanics of their equipment. Get your hands dirty and learn some new skills in a welcoming and inclusive environment. Don't miss out on this opportunity to empower yourself and take the macho out of mechanics! Click the link below to register.


Juneteenth Joy: The Journey for Justice and the Pathway to an Agriculturally Sustainable Future

The Wells Barn - Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens 1777 E Broad St, Columbus

Please register for the Growing and Growth Collective's annual Juneteenth event, Juneteenth Justice: Pathways to a Sustainable Future. Their goal is to invite the community into conversation with local growers about the ways food producers and food consumers can promote justice, sustainability, and control over what and how we grow and eat. Their program will feature a keynote with Jim Embry, a nationally-recognized speaker with expertise in Black agriculture and activism in food justice and food sovereignty. They are also hosting a panel discussion on the history and contributions of African Americans in agriculture and the importance of Juneteenth to all Americans. Agenda for the event: Welcome and introduction of keynote speaker (2:00 PM) Keynote by Jim Embry (2:10 PM - 2:50 PM) Panel Discussion (3:00 PM -3:30 PM) Your choice of a visioning activity by Jim Embry or a tour of the Franklin Park Conservatory garden (3:30 PM - 4:00 PM)