Thank you to everyone who attended the cooking demonstration and discussion on succotash with Lorén Spears of the Tomaquag Museum who generously led a tremendous class and shared heartwarming stories, honest history, and vibrant culture related to this traditional recipe. We learned about the importance of corn as one of the many of the different plants that traditional Narragansett people used … Continue reading Hope’s Harvest RI Cooking Demo with Lorén Spears
Join us for a virtual panel discussion hosted by the Rhode Island Community Food Bank CEO Andrew Schiff. Hope’s Harvest RI’s founder Eva Agudelo, Farm Fresh RI’s Co-Executive Director Sheri Griffin, and Franklin Farm Community Garden President Pam Thurlow will speak on how our community organizations are working together to get fresh produce from local … Continue reading From Farms to Families in Need – A Virtual Panel Discussion
🌻 Get to Know the Growers 🌻 Hope’s Harvest RI partners with various farms to glean crops, purchase surplus produce, and contract seasonally to grow for hunger relief. We wanted to highlight these farms so our audience and volunteers can get to know the growers and the land a little better! We will be gathering virtually to get to know one of our … Continue reading Meet the Farmer!
Get ready to get your blood flowing and join us for virtual yoga classes every Saturday through the months of April and May! Hope’s Harvest RI is hosting a nurturing Spring warm-up training series that prioritizes healthy movement and self-care, intended to help our community get ready to glean when our season starts up again in early summer. … Continue reading HHRI’s Spring Training Yoga Series
Join Hope’s Harvest for a facilitated discussion group on Wednesday, April 7th, 2021 at 5:30pm to reflect on the essay The Serviceberry: An Economy of Abundance, by Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of the widely acclaimed book Braiding Sweetgrass.Before joining us, you’ll receive a link to read along while you listen to Kimmerer narrate her musings on the ethic of reciprocity that lies at the … Continue reading HHRI Serviceberry Discussion Group
Hello Friends, Like so many of our favorite traditions, this year’s Annual Friendsgiving looks a little different than we’d like. Despite not being able to share space and food together with our old-fashioned, traditional potluck, we feel blessed to have spent so many memorable summer and fall days in the field with our community of … Continue reading Friendsgiving – 2020 Season Wrap-Up Video