Bringing in the Harvest: Spokane Edible Tree Project's 4th Annual FriendRaiser
Join us for great music, local food & libations, a silent auction and more. The Spokane Edible Tree Project is hosting our 4th Annual FriendRaiser Friday, September 8th! We welcome everyone to come and enjoy. Bring your family and friends and come join us as we celebrate our upcoming harvest season and all of the folks who help build a more educated community!
Tickets are $30, however, kids under 12 years are free. Each ticket includes 1 drink and all you can eat at the appetizer buffet.
When: Friday, September 8, 2017, 6-9pm
Where: The Philanthropy Center, 1020 W Riverside, Spokane, WA 99201
Welcome to Spokane Edible Tree Project!
SETP empowers our neighbors to share in the harvest and care of existing fruit & nut trees by implementing food recovery methods and cultivating a connection with the greater needs in the community.
We envision a beautiful thriving urban area where the community is competent in the essentials of fruit and nut tree maintenance, is effectively preserving the bounty of these local nourishing sources and is promoting community food security.
- Second Harvest - www.2-harvest.org
- Catholic Charities Spokane Food for All www.catholiccharitiesfoodforall.org/
- WSU Extension - ext100.wsu.edu/spokane/
- Rotary First Harvest - www.firstharvest.org
- Lands Council – www.landscouncil.org
- Portland Fruit Tree Project – www.portlandfruit.org
Our partners have been instrumental in helping launch this project. We would like to specifically thank the Lands Council for their sound advice and financial support, as well as the Portland Fruit Tree Project for allowing us to use their structure and wording around volunteer positions and descriptions.