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Keeping that Rich Agricultural Heritage Growing in the Youngest Generation of American Refugees

North Hill families celebrated the last seed planted and last fencepost pounded with a Friday night celebration!

One of Shanti’s key programs is to reach out to the youngest generation of refugees to ensure they never lose their rich agricultural heritage.

Friday night’s farm-to-school class proved Ag Heritage for Refugee Youth is alive and well. Shanti Farms will continue to cultivate it with a kids Farm-to-School summer camp program.

Catch all the action here……with our 12 budding farmers including Reedhom. Arman, Sasan and Angkith with Camp Counselors Bhakta Rizal and Tom Crain and Guest Counselor Liam Murray.

To see the video of the first night if Summer Camp for Junior Farmers, go to  FACEBOOK SHANTI FARMS

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Shanti Farms Summer Celebration Fundraiser at North Hill’s Patterson Park

Join us for Shanti Community Farm’s first fundraising event of the year!

Your support will help us expand our programs and services to serve the greater Akron region and continue our  mission to serve New Americans in our communities with empowerment and enrichment opportunities.

The evening will include a complimentary Nepali-style dinner; special cultural performances; new community garden tours; information on Shanti Community Farms’ as well as its partners’ programs and services, and more!

All proceeds from the event will directly support Shanti Community Farms’ mission to preserve agricultural heritage of new Americans and empower them to learn and earn from the local food movement.

Sponsohimalayan musicrship and advertisement opportunities are available.

REGISTER HERE
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