Scotts Gro Foundation Garden Stories video features 4th Street Farms work uniting diverse revitalizing community in Short North neighborhood of Weinland Park. Continue reading 4th Street Farms Unites Neighbors to Revitalize a Community
Check out Urban Farms Featuring Chicken, Quail, Partridge & Rabbit around Columbus on the Annual Spring Columbus “Beyond Chickens” Coop Tour. Tour is self-guided. Confirmed locations include: •Swainway Urban Farm – 285 Canyon 43214 •4th Street Farms – 1363 N. 4th Street 43201 (blue house) •Magic House Farms – 134 N Yale Ave 43222 •City Chicks Farm – 1274 Eastwood Ave 43203 •Pettibone Urban Game … Continue reading 2017 Columbus “Beyond Chickens” Coop Tour
It’s been raining strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, cherries & currants this spring! So, let’s jam! Join us this Sunday, July 12th at 1363 N. 4th Street (4 doors south of the garden) and together we’ll make several types of fruit jams. Bring fruit & jars, if you want to make your own. All levels of experience welcome. If you are also musical, instruments welcome to … Continue reading Jam Sessions
Join us April 25th 2015 from 2PM-4PM! The tours are FREE and a great way to collect ideas on coop design, learn about chicken breeds and meet the folks who are raising chickens in the city. Continue reading 2015 Columbus Chicken Coop Tour
Join us, in memory of Miss Leslie, Saturday, March 28 from 10AM-2PM for the third annual spring work day at the 5th Street Bird Sanctuary. Continue reading Bird Sanctuary Spring 2015
We started with 28 eggs from Rachel Tayse of Harmonious Homestead. We rented an incubator from Shawn Fiegelist of City Folk Farms. In 21 days we’ll have chicks! Continue reading Spring IS Coming!
Hats off to the growth of 4th Street Farms: Last Sunday it rained much of the day and the garden settled in with hungry roots drinking up nourishing ground-soaking water, while we got tomato stakes in and some very necessary weeding done. Join us Sunday, July 3 for our next gardening event where we are planning to celebrate all our hard work and Independence Day … Continue reading Growing with Celebration
Continuing our work in the garden last Sunday, we finished building rows from front to back, while having fun! Then, as we got all the plants in the ground, we gave them a good deep watering with the help of neighbor kids. It’s amazing how gardening brings people of all ages outside and working together on a common goal. So many people have stopped … Continue reading Unity
…One bite at a time. That’s been the saying of the week. We’ve been making leaps and bounds at progress in the garden, but it’s still one baby step at a time. And , like most people, we are impatient to see things in place producing. But Gardening is a lesson in process for sure. Here’s where things started last Sunday morning…. We laid … Continue reading How Do You Eat An Elephant?
Everyone at 4th Street Farms has been extremely busy! Here are some of the highlights of what we’ve been up to: We’ve spread mulch over areas that won’t be gardened to keep down weeds and provide pathways, as well as compost large quantities of chipped wood, which long term will help remediate the soil. We gathered to work and eat on Sunday afternoon, attracting quite … Continue reading Serendipity