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2018 apprenticeships

Greetings Friends of Urbandale Farm and the Lansing Urban Farm Project, We are now in the process of recruiting for our 2018 cohort of farm apprentices. As in past years, this is a 6-month, hands-on program of training in urban … Continue reading

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Harvest Gala Fundraiser

Urbandale Farm is celebrating its eighth growing season in Lansing and its seventh cohort of urban farm apprentices. Join us from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, September 16, rain or shine, for an evening of music, beer and … Continue reading

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Tomato Festival

Join us for Urbandale Farm’s annual Tomato Festival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, August 26. There will be tomato tasting, tomato games, tomato facts, tomato art, fried green tomatoes and, of course, lots of green tomatoes for … Continue reading

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Welcome to our 2017 apprentices

Sean Heenan I grew up in rural Mason. For the last 19 years, I have worked as a foreign car mechanic. At Urbandale Farm, I hope to learn skills and practices that will lead me to a new career in … Continue reading

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Thanks to our sponsors

As 2016 draws to a close, the Lansing Urban Farm Project would like to thank our major donors for the 2016-17 season. Linda and Andy Anderson Brian McGrain, Ingham County Commissioner Frog Holler Neighborhood Organizaion Mike Hamm and Lisa Callaway … Continue reading

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Support Urbandale Farm’s Apprenticeship Program

Urbandale Farm is asking the community for help!  Lansing’s first urban farm has launched a crowd funding campaign to support its apprenticeship program. When you support our Apprenticeship program, you are: Investing in Lansing: Urbandale Farm is dedicated to growing … Continue reading

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Now Accepting Applications!

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