On Monday, January 23rd, middle school students at Greensboro Day School spent the day learning about how to build Portable Gardens to grow and harvest microgreens as part of their Classroom to Food Market Pipeline (CFMP) with Tessa Farm to Fork.
Starting Tuesday Evening, you can swing by Tessa Farm to Fork to enjoy student grown microgreens from Noble Academy with your meal. After Tuesday night, the microgreens will be available to order throughout the day for the rest of the week (Jan 17th-22nd) while supplies last.
Help us promote this event in the Greensboro area by sharing the news with family, friends, and neighbors to help support these young urban farmers. This is all part of the Classroom to Food Market Pipeline (CFMP) setup between Noble Academy and Tessa Farm to Fork.
Tessa Farm to Fork’s hours are:
TUESDAY – FRIDAY 7:30AM – 2PM | 5PM – 9PM
SATURDAY 8AM – 2PM | 5PM – 9PM
SUNDAY 8AM – 2PM
On Tuesday evening, microgreens grown by Noble Academy students will be delivered to Tessa Farm to Fork. Swing by Tuesday through Sunday (or while supplies last) to sample these greens and support the Classroom to Food Market Pipeline (CFMP) between Noble and Tessa.
Tessa Farm to Fork can be found at 3929 Battleground Avenue in Greensboro.
On Tuesday, January 3rd, students at Noble Academy kicked off the first day of school building their Portable Garden bins as part of their Classroom to Food Market Pipeline (CFMP) with program sponsor Tessa Farm to Fork.
Students plan to have all bins setup by the end of the week with their first harvest and delivery of microgreens scheduled for Tuesday, January 17th.
Come out to Tessa on the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 17th and Wednesday, Jan. 18th to get your fill of these student grown greens.
Starting in January 2017, students at Noble Academy will begin growing and harvesting greens to be served during the 3rd week of each month at Tessa Farm to Fork on Battleground Ave in Greensboro. This is part of Tessa’s newly launched Classroom to Food Market Pipeline (CFMP) with area schools.
Stop by Tessa to get a taste of these student grown greens.