May 2017 Newsletter

Jobs Available at TLW Summer Camp

T LW is seeking highly qualified people to serve our Nature's Way Camp for children with Autism. We are
looki ng fo r a Camp Director who can implement a horticultural therapeutic curriculum and a Senior Camp Counselor who can supervise youth ages 6 to 12 and create a safe, fun and meaningful camp experience. 

And there are other positions available. For information, please visit
TLW Jobs

Application Deadline for all Nature's Way Camp position's is June 5th @ 5 pm. 

Summer Camps at TLW

T LW is offering three distinct summer camps this year. There is a unique experiences for all of your children ages 6-12 and one camp for young adults ages 12-15. In addition, this year our Autism camp has expanded the curriculum. 

Farm to Fork is a passport to food around the world.
May 30 - June 9 | June 12 - June 23

Science, Math & Magic in the Garden
June 10- June 21 for ages 6 - 12
June 24 - June 28 for ages 12 - 15

Nature's Way Autism Camp 
June 20-23 | June 27 - 30
Truly Living Well Center for Urban Agriculture has created a fun summer camp for children with autism!  Nature's Way is a horticultural therapy camp where children connect with nature, plants and plant related activities to learn, grow and play. The camp is for children ages 6-12,  June 20-23 and then again June 27-30. The camp is free for families who choose to participate in a Nature Walk Study.  For more information about TLW's Nature's Way Day Camp for Children with Autism, email TLW Camps or call 678.973.0997.   

To find out more our summer and register at  TLW Summer Camps.

What's At Market?

Every week TLW shares its fresh, organic, naturally grown produce at three open-air Farmers Markets around Atlanta.  Here is what we have for you this week...

       Buttercrunch Lettuce    Collards                                  Swiss Chard
       Rainbow Chard               French Finger Radish         Thyme
       Romaine Lettuce            Green Onions                       Yellow Onions
       Sage                                   Micro Spinach                      Oregano
                                              Purple Top Turnips


Every Tuesday, 4:00pm-8:00pm
TLW at Ponce City Farmer's Market on the BeltLine
675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE,
Atlanta, GA 30308
Every Wednesday, 4:00pm-7:30pm
TLW at East Point
2757 East Point St.
East Point, GA 30344 
Every Saturday, 9:00am-1pm
Freedom Farmer's Market at the Carter Center
453 Freedom Parkway NE
Atlanta, GA 30307 
Gardening 101 Classes!

Gardening 101 classes are designed with you in mind.  The combination of instruction and hands on experience will have growers prepared to tackle their garden space. Each class considers the growing season providing year round guidance to maintain or start caring for your garden. See the schedule of classes below and email us at for more information!

June 3 Working with the Heat
July 1 Plant-Positive= Pest-negative
August 5 Planning a Bountiful Fall Garden
September 2 Harvesting and Transitioning
October 7 Canning and Preserving
November 4  Year Round Growing
December 2 Compost Goals

Mission Continues at TLW
June 11, 2017 

Want to take a day and work for TLW? Join Mission Continues at TLW on Sunday, June 11. The Mission Continues Mass Deployment program is a team based event that mobilizes veterans alongside local partners and volunteers in a single city over the course of a week-long project. The Mission Continues will deploy more than 70 veterans to "The A" to take part in a week-long service mission to tackle some of the pressing challenges facing Atlanta's WestsideCommunity.  Find out more at Mission Continues.

Projects with a Purpose. Thank you fromTruly Living Well.
Thirty five volunteers attending the Annual Spring Convention in Atlanta from Kraton Corporation, market leader in polymer technology, chose Truly Living Well for this year's community service program.  In partnership with Projects With Purpose, these volunteers boarded a motor coach from their host hotel during a down pour headed to our Collegetown farm stead fast to get the work done.  

During the ride, these volunteers learned a bit about TLW and the communities we serve through food as a platform, and enjoyed a "taste of the garden" boxed lunches.  Projects completed were building new chicken coop, goat pen, and mulching several areas between the deluge of rain.  Kraton, much like TLW, seeks solutions that are sustainable and believe innovation is endless: the chicken coop, and goat pen are indeed resources to further urban agriculture education.
Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture | 678.973.0997 | |
P.O. Box 90841
East Point, GA 30364