Join us at the Cedar Mountain Canteen for a community potluck Christmas Eve from 3 - 8 pm. We will provide a plant-based meal and as always we will have a table for plant-based food. All are welcome. Please bring a covered dish to share and your own non-disposable place setting. If you cannot bring food, for any reason, we would love to feed you. The Cedar Mountain Canteen is located at 10771 Greenville Highway, Cedar Mountain, NC 28718. We look forward to sharing time together.
- Plant-based potluck and community conversation: Throw away your trash can – Moving to Zero Waste GalleryComposting, Connecting with nature, Eating Consciously, Gatherings, Help a Neighbor, Moving to Zero-waste, Sharing Club, Zero-waste tips
Join us for a plant-based potluck and a community conversation on Moving to Zero Waste on June 9, 2022 at the Cedar Mountain Canteen at 10771 Greenville Highway, Cedar Mountain, NC 28718. The potluck will begin at 6 pm and the conversation will begin at 7 pm. Please bring your own reusable place setting and a covered dish to share. If you cannot provide food to share, for any reason, please join us. We would love to feed you. Our last gathering was so lovely. We had a wonderful group and great speakers who shared their knowledge of composting. We look forward to sharing together.
- Moving to Conservers will be hosting a plant-based potluck and community conversation about composting May 12 from 6 – 8 pm Gallery
Moving to Conservers will be hosting a plant-based potluck and community conversation about composting May 12 from 6 – 8 pmCompost Drop-off Location, Composting, Connecting with nature, Eating Consciously, Gatherings, Growing food, Help a Neighbor, Use Food Scraps
Moving to Conservers will be hosting a plant-based potluck and community conversation about composting May 12 from 6 – 8 pm
Moving to Conservers will be hosting a plant-based potluck and community conversation about composting May 12 from 6 - 8 pm at the Cedar Mountain Canteen located at 10771 Greenville Hwy, Cedar Mountain NC, 28718. There will be plant starts for sale and mushrooms Please join us and let's talk about composting. We will start our potluck at 6 pm and our conversation will begin at 7 pm. Mary Miller will be presenting and sharing her experiences with composting in Transylvania County and her work with individuals, a retail establishment, a community garden and a children's care program. We will continue the conversation and discuss next steps and solutions to expanding composting. Wendy and Eric from Pucker Up Berry Farm will share information on their bucket exchange. Rachel Meriwether will talk about composting on the Hendersonville BRCC campus and bring plant starts to sell. Bart Renner will share how to acquire composters at a highly discounted price. Eric Christianson of Pisgah Gourmet will share information on mushroom compost [...]
ShareWaste is a website and phone application that connects people who have food scraps with those who want them. We have been using it for awhile and are grateful for other local folks who have signed up. Our biggest obstacle in getting food scraps turned into soil are finding locations that are willing to take food scraps. This connection tool has helped us find much needed sites. Thanks so much for signing up! Would you like to share your food scraps or accept food scraps? Go here https://sharewaste.com/ to sign up.
Transylvania Shares and Moving to Conservers Spring Planting Festival at the Cedar Mountain Canteen 10771 Greenville Highway, Cedar Mountain, NC 28717 March 19th 2 - 4 pm Let's get ready for planting food! Transylvania Shares will be onsite with equipment from their library and expertise from their members to help you get ready for Spring planting! Moving to Conservers will host their annual seed swap and a plant-based zero-waste potluck. Bring your seeds to share and a plant-based dish to share. Please bring your own re-usable place setting. Shares will be grinding corn and dried beans if you have anything you would like turned into grits or flour. Farmer Phil will kick off his Just For Kids Mini-camp series that will be held every Saturday from 2 - 4 pm for children. They will enjoy everything from planting and tending a garden to a music jam. The mini-camp is $10 per child. The rest of the event is free.
Thank you to everyone who made Harvest Fest an heart warming community event. What a special evening. It was so wonderful to share a potluck dinner with everyone. Transylvania Shares was onsite and brought their grinding mill. I brought in corn I had grown and it was milled into grits and flour. We made cornbread on the spot and shared it. It was a wonderful experience. What a wonderful, loving community we live in. Thanks to all the Moving to Conservers members who attended. After a (public) house full of people we had almost no clean up. Zero waste is such a gift.
Join us for a community pop-up kitchen October 28th. We will have a grinding mill onsite if you have things you want to turn into flour like corn, beans, grain. We will have our fire pit going and be cooking food. It is a great way to celebrate fall and the harvest and help the community process food together. Looking forward to a wonderful evening together! Transylvania Shares will be onsite sharing their stuff and answering questions on their sharing library! This is a potluck. Please bring a dish to share if you are able and your own non-disposable place setting. We strive to be waste free.
Our Eating Consciously group did a survey awhile ago asking if there was a demand for prepared vegan meals in our community. The answer was Absolutely! Cup and Saucer has since added delicious plant-based meals to their menu and they are a favorite spot for me when I am looking for a meal in Brevard. We wanted to share another opportunity we have learned about. Whistlestop Market is offering a locally prepared vegan or vegetarian Wellington for the holidays. We have put our order in for a vegan version with the vegan gravy. We will be sharing it during our Thanksgiving day potluck at the Canteen. We appreciate Val offering this version and look forward to supporting her and enjoying the meal! If you would like to order, send Whistlestop an email at [email protected].
This Thursday we are hosting a zero-waste potluck at the Cedar Mountain Canteen on June 24th at 6 pm. This will be a low-key gathering. We will enjoy a potluck and bring back our zero-waste tips clothesline. What is that? Folks have shared their ideas about how to move to zero waste by creating a flag that we hang on a clothesline. You can read suggestions from others and create your own flag to add to the line. We provide the material scraps and the markers. It is a fun way to share. All are welcome. Please bring a covered dished to share if you are able. If not, please join us. We would love to feed you. Please bring your own non-disposable place setting too. Plant-based meals are encouraged. All food is welcome. We have had so many delicious plant-based meals. It is an amazing meal. Looking forward to sharing a meal together.
We had our first gathering of 2021 June 3rd at the Cedar Mountain Canteen with a presentation from Anna of Mountaintrue and learned how to be good neighbors to the Little River, which is beside our beer garden. It was magical seeing everyone together for the first time in over a year. The food was fantastic and it was a joyous occasion. We learned the results of our first water test in the Little River and it was excellent! Thanks to everyone who joined us. It was wonderful to be together again.