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Be a Part of The Jewish Federation of Tulsa Community Garden!

The Jewish Federation of Tulsa Community Garden’s mission is to educate the community and youth on the importance of a local food system. Our focus is to increase access to highly nutritious, fresh and organic food in a way that maintains dignity, builds community and celebrates diversity.

Open to both Jewish and non-Jewish community members, we promote cross-cultural understanding, leadership building and social and environmental responsibility through volunteer opportunities, program participation, events and workshops.

To participate contact us at federation@jewishtulsa.org.

 

 

Community Garden Notes and Notables

  • Community Garden Picnic

     

  • Register Now – Fore Char-I-Tee Golf Tournament

    PLAYERS RECEIVE 18 Holes of golf with cart and range balls Lunch, Beverages and Awards Ceremony Guest passes in lieu of rain date First, second and third place prizes awarded to winning teams ABOUT THE JEWISH FEDERATION OF TULSA The mission of the Jewish Federation of Tulsa is to preserve and enhance Jewish life and Continue Reading

  • Your Gift in Action— JFT Community Garden Growing Strong

    by Heather Lewin, Director of Development and Community Relations Spring planting (and even the first harvesting of the year) is already well underway at the JFT Community Garden.  A whole new crop of volunteers is hard at work, producing fresh fruits and vegetables for hungry families here in Tulsa. Thanks to the planning of volunteer Continue Reading

  • First Crop from Community Garden Delivered

    Thanks to our help from community partner A New Leaf, we were able to deliver our first crop of lettuce, turnips and chard to our other partner Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma

  • Send the Love Campaign

    Send the Love Details By Sending Love to the Garden, you are supporting the Jewish Federation’s garden mission to put an end to hunger in Tulsa! Send the Love Campaign continues, $20 from a 1,000 people. You can donate online at jewishtulsa.org. Just click below and designate “GARDEN” in the bottom box! Thank you to the Continue Reading

  • Send Love to the JFT Community Garden

    We need $20 from 1000 to stay on track building the Jewish Federation of Tulsa community garden. Please consider donating. Your $20 donation is tax deductible. please send donation to JFT, 2021 E 71st Street, Tulsa, OK 74136 or log on to jewishtulsa.org and click on GIVE, select United Fund Campaign,specifiy community garden in the Continue Reading

  • Fox 23 Reports on Jewish Federation of Tulsa’s Community Garden

    The Jewish Federation of Tulsa’s Community Garden Project is committed to fighting hunger, promoting cross-cultural awareness, and building community. The Jewish Federation of Tulsa is excited to partner with other groups and individuals in the community garden, including the Food Bank of Northeastern Oklahoma. The Food Bank will receive the produce that is grown and Continue Reading

  • Koach – Our Garden

    KOACH A Forum for Women Without Partners February 19, Sunday 10:00 A.M. Join us as Deputy Director, Karen Blum, updates us on the progress of your Community Garden. Please RSVP to Mindy Prescott, mprescott@jewishtulsa.org or (918) 495-1100 by February 15th.

  • The Garden Update

    Our Garden – Karen Blum It is incredible to think that not even a year ago, April 2011, the idea of a community garden was just a spark of an idea. Tricia Sedgewick, Jewish Family Service Agency, Vancouver was my first contact, made by Guido Setton. Tricia began World in a Garden community garden in Continue Reading

  • Down The Garden Path

    Down the Garden Path December 11, Sunday 1:00 p.m. Our Community Garden is moving forward! Calling all Worker Bees! Join us Sunday, December 11th @ 1 pm, Charles Schusterman Jewish Community Center. Babysitting available upon request. Just a reminder, this meeting is organizational in nature, but not limited to the Worker Bees of the Garden! For Continue Reading

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