Come learn with Karl Shank, (founder/owner of The Natural Garden since 1993 who loves to re-wild the world), as he talks about many of the beautiful native trees, shrubs, and perennials that attract pollinators. Karl will provide you with a list of the plants that bloom from April-November in succession so that you too can plant a continuous supply of food for pollinators. Pollinators need a continuous succession of food just like all creatures, and so Karl will review how to use these plants in the landscape. Karl will provide each attendee with a list of these plants and their growing preferences so you can confidently use these in your landscape.
Ownership means sustaining and growing what we have built. I’m proud to be a co-op owner.
– Christina von Rotz-Brunk
I love stopping by the co-op for lunch. Some days I mix-and-match the hot bar with the salad bar, other days I grab a Turkey Chipotle Wrap. Either way, it’s always great and I’m able to grab a fresh cup of organic coffee to go. – Mike Miriello
We were enthusiastic about the co-op from the beginning. The co-op sells local food, it is downtown, and there are a lot of healthy food options. I just love everything about the Friendly City Food Co-op. - Sherwyn, Owner for 5 years