Upcoming Events

Oct. 4: Foraged Feast - Potluck and Live Music!, 5:30pm

Oct. 7: A.P. Community Festival - Tour the Farm, 12:00pm

Oct. 13: Kula Homeschool - Garlic Planting, 1:30pm

Oct. 19: Teen Scavenger Hunt - Mental Health & Wellness, 5:30pm

Oct. 19: Cannabis Industry Workshop - Great Networking, 7:00pm

Oct. 22: Screen Printing Workshop - By Mary Gambaroni, 10:00am

Oct. 27: Kula Homeschool - Seed Saving, 1:30pm

Oct. 28: Yoga & Meditation - By Siarra Morris, 11:00am

Nov. 4: Nature Print Making - By Ashley McFarland, 1:30pm

Nov. 5: Project Write Now - Writing workshop and Open Mic, 1:00pm

The 4th Annual Foraged Feast! 

Wednesday October 4, 5:30 - 8:00pm

Please bring a dish to share that uses foraged or garden grown ingredients.

With live music from our friends:

Alice Fawn, Laddy Cannon, Half a House and Pablo Galesi.  

This is a pet and kid friendly event. BYOB. 

Please RSVP to [email protected]

Community Festival Tours

Saturday October 7, 12:00 - 4:00pm

This is a free event in Springwood Park, across from the Farm. There will be food trucks, entertainment, vendors, giveaways, activities for kids, community information and we'll be providing tours at the Farm. 

You can setup tables for free at the event, just email [email protected] to secure your spot.

Teen Scavenger Hunt

Thursday October 19,

5:00 - 7:00pm

Our former Kula Club host Natalie Hayes is now leading the Be S-well program at the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide. We congratulate her with the new role and are happy to see that she'll bring her new club members to the Farm for a wellness inspired scavenger hunt

The Be S-Well Club is open to high school students in New Jersey, who are interested in learning more about mental health and wellness, stress management, resiliency, and how to help peers in need.

Register Here

The workshop is hosted by Christopher Chiappetta from Good Feeling Farms and entrepreneur Sean Banks.

Register Here

Cannabis Industry Workshop

Thursday October 19, 7:00 - 8:00pm

This workshop series is to learn about the upcoming cannabis industry in New Jersey. Participants will be offered help on how to start their own business and presented an opportunity to tie it into a larger network of local businesses.

This time we'll have guest speaker Gillian Edgar from Interfaith Neighbors' Launch Center on how she can assist you with starting your own business and Sean Banks will show you how to infuse salt!

Screen Printing Workshop

Sunday October 22, 10:00am - 1:00pm

Join us as we use art making to promote well being and personal growth. You will create your own unique screen print by weaving Jungian wisdom with screen printing.

$55.00 (20% of each sale will go to Kula Urban Farm) PayPal is accepted.

To secure your place, email:

[email protected]

Mary Gambarony is a Certified Jungian Life Coach and Relationship Specialist, licensed art therapist, artist, and reiki practitioner. Her coaching practice Create4Connection is located in Wall, NJ.

More info

Mary Gambarony

Register Here

Kula Homeschool

Friday Oct. 13 - Garlic Planting

Friday Oct. 27 - Seed Saving

1:30 - 3:00pm

In each class we’ll explore different aspects of farming, gardening, food and nutrition or nature. The classes are generally geared toward ages 4-8, but all are welcome as we discuss topics that some explore into high school.

Classes are organized by Lori Garton, assistant manager of the Kula Farm. She holds a Bachelor's of Science in Horticulture and has been working on organic farms for over 15 years. She is also a homeschooling parent.

Yoga and Meditation

Sunday October 28, 11:00 - 12:00pm

We will engage in a short yoga practice before we lead into deep meditation, journaling and a chance to connect with beautiful spirited people, who are also on their journey to self healing.

By Siarra Morris from Yogi Vibezz.

Siarra Morris is a yoga instructor from the Jersey Shore. She has always been on the personal journey to healing and has always been into helping and healing others as well.

Register Here

Nature Printmaking

Sunday November 4, 1:30 - 3:00pm

Learn the techniques for relief printing on fabric or paper! Explore design and printing techniques aimed at repeating patterns and nature-inspired compositions. Great for cards and fabric projects! This workshop will introduce beginner techniques to relief printing, exploring papers, inks, textures, and recycled materials. 

All materials are provided but participants are welcomed to bring reliefs to be printed.

A free workshop by By Ashley McFarland

Register Here

Join us for an afternoon of celebrating poetry and plants alike. This free community event kicks off with a writing workshop. Attendees are encouraged to experience the Farm, an herbal tea offering from MotMot Collective, and the plants surrounding them in the greenhouse and spend some time writing based on this inspiration. Immediately following is an open mic, during which everyone has an opportunity to share what they wrote and/or a previously written piece. Any sort of ode to plants is a bonus!

Register here

September Highlights

We've been meaning to do a flower arranging workshop for quite some time and it finally happened. In the -pouring rain- we went out to pick flowers at the Farm and then we got arranging instructions and some interesting facts from Teresa Maltz about the flowers we picked. Everyone went home with their own wonderful bouquets.

It's great to have the Kula Homeschoolers back again, here they are sampling different flavors and textures at the Farm Without Borders.

Kula Cocktails!

Master of Ceremonies Matt Daniels (left) with loyal guest and supporter Denis Egan.

Stunning main act Sharon Lasher with just behind her long time sound equipment supporter Jon Grubb from Beach Side Productions /Flying Cat Studios.

We had a great time at our Fall Cocktail Party! Kelly Reynolds and Sharon Lasher had stunning performances. Thanks to everyone who came out to support the Farm and a special thanks to our sponsors High Noon Sun Sips, Wild Air Beerworks, Ripe Life Wines and Beach Side Productions.

Students from Kean University - School of Public Architecture visited the Farm to learn about local food justice initiatives and community food access.

Plant Sale is back! Every Friday from 11am - 4pm. Visit the Greenhouse and check out our unique and affordable selection.

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The Kula Urban Farm is a social enterprise of Interfaith Neighbors.