Preserve Nutrients in Vegetables Using Lacto-fermentation w/ Sarah Arrazola

January 16 > 01:00 pm

Ever wondered what to do with some of the less known veggies you might get in your local CSA box or at the farmer’s market? Don’t leave them to languish in your fridge when you can turn them into delicious … Continue reading

Live Music w/Jeff Blake & Chris Bitesize

January 16 > 12:00 pm

Noon:  Jeff Blake Jeff hails from St. Pete and his music has been described as alt-folk. But he prefers the term Lyricoustic – lyrically driven acoustic music.   1 pm:  Chris  Bitesize Bite-Size has been rocking Tampa Bay since October … Continue reading

Medicinal Herb Walk with Bob Linde

January 23 > 01:00 pm

So many of the plants that grow wild around us are not only edible, but with a little knowhow can be used to treat your health ailments. Enjoy learning about the edible and medicinal plants that grow wild in our … Continue reading

Live Music w/ Adler’s Aldermen & Dumb Blind Luck

January 23 > 12:00 pm

Noon: Alden’s  Adlermen Alden’s Aldermen – Indie folk-rock singer-songwriter Liz Alden ( met guitarist Ryan O’Leary last June and they’ve been cranking out tunes ever since. Get your Jefferson Airplane vibe on when they’re joined by Terry McCloski on bass … Continue reading

Sweetwater Co-op Market Gathering

February 6 > 01:00 pm

Come meet with other people in your neighborhood who are interested in providing quality food for less by forming a cooperative grocery. For centuries people have been forming cooperatives to provide their community food for far less than what you … Continue reading

Crazy Fermented Drinks: Shrubs, Oxymels, Squashes, and Switchel

February 13 > 01:00 pm

This educational tasting will explore the differences between the fermented drinks known as Shrubs, Oxymels, Squashes, and Switchel; as well as the many flavors of plants that we can use waste aspects of, and that we can easily grow in … Continue reading

Permaculture & Prosperity: Cultivating True Wealth and Financial Resilience

February 20 > 01:00 pm

The foundations for building true wealth are outlined in the major permaculture texts, but we don’t pay nearly enough attention to them. Let’s take a deeper dive together and explore the tools outlined in permaculture that can help us cultivate … Continue reading

queen and colony beekeeper holding colony

Backyard Beekeeping 101

February 27 > 01:00 pm

Beekeeping is one of the most fruitful and rewarding hobbies you can have, and just about anyone with a yard can do it! Get to know how you can start your own backyard beehive with Queen & Colony Bee Co. … Continue reading

Two-Day Backyard Cob Oven Building Workshop w/ Mark Mazziotti

March 5 > 09:00 am–March 6 > 06:00 pm

Join us for this two-day workshop and learn to build the ultimate backyard party oven by hand. And get an introduction to natural building in the bargain! In this workshop, you will learn the age-old technique of mixing and building … Continue reading

Free First Sunday Farm Tour

November 7 > 01:00 pm–May 1 > 02:00 pm

We love our farmers! Join us for an informative (and free) tour of Sweetwater Farm. This walking tour will include information on what’s in season, how our small scale farm operates, and organic agriculture. Please bring something to drink and … Continue reading

Second Sunday Seedlings

November 14 > 12:00 pm–May 8 > 03:00 pm

Join us every Second Sunday to create a fun, nature-themed crafty masterpiece! New seasonal craft each month. Open to artists of all ages.   During our Sunday market, open 12-3pm Upcoming Dates: January 9, 2022 February 13, 2022 March 13, … Continue reading

Sunday Yoga on the Farm Porch

January 2 > 10:30 am–June 22 > 11:30 am

Discover and expand your yoga practice on Sundays from 10:30 am to 11:30/11:45 am.   Yoga teaches the art of relaxation and self-healing. It incorporates breath, postures, chanting, and meditation to open our hearts & minds, build strength, reconnect, and … Continue reading