Cultivation Works

Cultivation Works Farm Holiday Open House

Kick off the season with Cultivation Works Farm at our Holiday Open House on Saturday, December 2nd from 11am to 4pm.

Our gorgeous trees are $35, and each purchase helps to provide services and opportunities for adults with disabilities.

Trees, wreaths, handcrafted ornaments, gifts and cards crafted by YES Art Works artists, and delicious treats baked by our Culinary Works program are also for sale.

Looking for a fun activity for the family? Warm up with Hot Chocolate and Apple Cider while you make your own origami ornaments to adorn your new tree.

Cultivation Works Farm will be open December 1- 17. Holiday hours are Monday through Friday 3-7pm; Saturday and Sunday 11am-4pm. Cultivation Works Farm is located at 339 North Street (Route 112), Saco.

Every purchase at Cultivation Works Farm, a social enterprise of Creative Works Systems, goes towards providing agricultural opportunities, support, and independence for adults with disabilities.

For questions, please contact our Greenhouse Specialist, Pamela Hargest, at pharges@creativeworksystems.org

 

Cultivation Works supports people with disabilities in growing fresh, healthy produce for our local community.

Cultivation Works provides an array of agricultural opportunities for people with disabilities where their unique talents can flourish, cultivating pride, confidence, and further independence as working farmers. Cultivation Works creates jobs and revenue for the people we serve and acts as a hub in our community to promote local sustainable farming.

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We’re thrilled to announce that Cultivation Works has received a $15,000 grant from the Healthy People Healthy Places program of the Elmina B. Sewall Foundation to expand its growing capacity and garden facilities!

 

 

logoTeenie Greenies microgreens are Cultivation Works’ new social enterprise, marketing to restaurants and retail markets. Microgreens are newly sprouted herbs, greens and flowers, usually with only their “cotyledon” and first true leaves developed. Baby plants offer a more concentrated source of the healthy active compounds found in mature plants. Not only do microgreens look pretty and have strong flavor, but they also have an incredible punch of nutrition!

Flavors tend to be subtle, and range from Mild Medley to Spicy Serenade. Fine chefs and home cooks alike use them as flavorful garnishes for entrees and to add unique tastes and textures to salads and sandwiches.

Our microgreens are grown with non-GMO seeds, organic soil, plenty of sunshine, and love.

 

Price per tray: $20 (11″ x 22″)

Flavors
Mild Medley: A mizuna, cabbage, kale and kohlrabi mix.
Beet Rubato (Bull’s Blood Beet): A mild beet flavor with deep burgundy leaves.
Radish Vivace (Daikon Radish): White stems, spicy flavor.
Spicy Serenade: A colorful blend of red and green mustards.

Learn More
To get involved or find out how you can buy our produce, contact us.

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Click HERE for a full list of restaurants carrying Teenie Greenies.