In honor of National Honey Month, join us for our 1st annual collaborative Apiopolis Fundraising Dinner at the Well Fed Community Garden. Enjoy delicious treats lovingly prepared with hyper-local ingredients and City Sweet Raw Raleigh honey by esteemed chefs: Arthur Gordon of Irregardless, Drew Maykuth of...

What could you learn about yourself through ART? Step away from your stress, busy-ness, and everyday routine. Come join us for our monthly Art in the Garden workshop with Annelies Gentile of Conduit for Change. Learn basic watercolor skills, share a tasty vegetarian meal and commune with nature in our Well...

One of our focuses at the Well Fed Community Garden is environmental sustainability.  We use organic practices, focus on building the soil versus depleting it, and have a pollinator garden to help our local pollinators and birds have sustenance and materials to build their nests....

Microgreens are the young seedlings of edible plants. They are tiny and yet packed with nutrients.  Here at the Well Fed Community Garden, we are usually growing 20 or more trays of microgreens in our small greenhouse. They are easy and quick to grow. We plant...

Written by Janette Adams, WFCG Produce Assistant October brought us the last of the summer vegetables, sweet potatoes, lots of greens, and our first harvest of turmeric and ginger! With the temperature cooling down, our peppers hung in there until this past week. Our volunteers worked hard...

What we are currently most excited about is our ‘Well Fed Well Said’ Dinner Theater coming up this Bastille Day, July 14th! Our amazing kitchen team will be creating vegan versions of classic French dishes so rich and flavorful that the absence of animal products...

Written by Evan Embree Last Thursday, a friend of mine and I decided to roll up our sleeves and participate in Wine and Weeds at our very own Well Fed Community Garden.  I was unsure of what to expect, but it was even better than I...

Spring Gardening Essentials By Morgan Malone, Garden Manager Spring is almost here and it is time to start planning your garden! Here at the Well Fed Garden, we have been busy all winter prepping our soil and planning for spring and summer planting. Here are some tips...

Written by Lubana Lanewala, Garden Apprentice Here at The Well Fed Community Garden, we use a lot of compost to grow our produce. We can’t produce as much as we need just yet, but we gather as much food waste from our community as we can...

Just in time for the shorter days and cooler nights the Well Fed Garden has come out with a new selection of local teas. We have grown, dried and packaged all the herbal teas at the Well Fed Garden. They make the perfect evening cup...