Truly Living Well Monthly Newsletter
March 2017
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In This Issue
Celebrate!  Spring is Here.
TLW Collegetown Open House!

Saturday, March 25
1 0:30am-2:00pm,  Collegetown Farm Site
324 Lawton Street, SE

Winter is ending and spring is upon us. It is the perfect time to explore your vision to grow food. Open House at TLW is where to start! We invite adults and young people to come be our guests from 10:30pm - 2:00 pm to learn about all of our programs, participate in hands on farming activities, tour the Collegetown Farm and eat delicious healthy food. 

Free and open to all! An RSVP is kindly requested  

TLW's Most Unique Summer Camps
Registration is open!

Camp TLW is true to form offering youth ages 6-12 and 12-15, a fun summer experience on the farm! Parents and children can expect farm chores and creative activities, which introduce the world of growing, harvesting and enjoying fresh food from the garden.  

New this year are summer camp themes   Farm to Fork Around the World  --which takes our campers on a world tour of food-- and   Science, Math, and Magic in the Garden!  --the best STEM development fun in the garden

For more information including dates and how to register click here !

See you at Camp!
Our Founder is Honored
TLW's Founder & CEO, K. Rashid Nuri has been travelling the country promoting the need to grow  food, create jobs and fill the education gap in our cities. In January, he travelled to Lexington, Kentucky to conduct a workshop entitled, Transforming Communities with Our Farms at the SSAWG annual convention. Rashid also delivered the Keynote Address at the gala dinner. 

February brought a coveted honor from  Georgia Organics . And March opened with Rashid receiving  The Trailblazer award from the Georgia Chapters of The Links. He was also honored with a rousing standing ovation for the impact Truly Living Well is having on improving lives in Atlanta. Congratulations to Rashid on a job well done. 

To hear a sample of Rashid's giving a speech, take a look at his TED Talk at Emory University.
What is growing at Truly Living Well? 

Purple Mustards, Swiss Chard, Purple Top Turnips, Bibb (Butterhead) Lettuce, Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce, Green Onions, Yellow Onions, Round Radishes, Cilantro, Collard Greens.

Farmers' Market Times and Locations

Ponce City Market  begins April 4
675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE 

Wednesdays, 4pm-7pm
East Point Market - Year-Round
757 East Point Street
Collegetown - Coming Soon
324 Lawton Street, SW

Saturdays, 9am-1pm
Freedom Market - Year-Round
453 Freedom Pkwy NE 

The Museum of Design Atlanta is hosting an exhibit on Urban Agriculture. Within the exhibit on one of the walls is a quote from Rashid. The exhibit is entitled, Food By Design. The quote reads:
"Urban agriculture is about strengthening communities, building lasting relationships, caring for the soil, and nurturing the plants that nurture us."

The exhibit runs through May 7th.
Museum of Design Atlanta
1315 Peachtree Street, NE

Mark Your Calendars! 
Boot Camp starts again in 
April 2017 

Why grow your own food? B ecause it is your right to have naturally grown, organic food. The  Urban Grower Boot Camp is where like-minded people learn, work, and sweat together to attain the knowledge and skills to grow food. This understanding is an important aspect of food security and self-sufficiency that helps everyone eat and live consciously. Next session begins  mid-April !   Email us at for more information.
Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture | 678.973.0997 | |
P.O. Box 90841
East Point, GA 30364