(BPRW) The Sankofa Neighborhood Orchard celebrates its Grand Opening with a Ribbon Chopping Ceremony on October 29, 2021

(Black PR Wire)  Richmond, VA — The Sankofa Neighborhood Orchard is fired up to announce the grand opening and ribbon reducing of its area at 309 Covington Road, in Richmond, Virginia. The grand opening and ribbon reducing ceremony will acquire spot at 12:00 pm on Friday, October 29th, where attendees can tour the gorgeous orchard and study more about its merchandise, expert services and programming.

This two-acre green house is focused to food stuff justice and climate resiliency consisting of over 80 fruit trees in the Southside of Richmond, Va.  The orchard features several functions to involve an outside kitchen, a curated house for distinctive functions and various mural partitions courtesy of area Richmond artists.

Sankofa Neighborhood Orchard is a member of The Jackson Ward Collective, a hub for Black organization proprietors that provides connections to expert services, applications, technological aid and monetary support to assistance Black organization proprietors Master, Grow and Have. “We are fired up to rejoice this milestone with Duron and his group. He is a leader in city agriculture and the grand opening of the local community orchard is the manifestation of his difficult do the job and dedication to rising entry to balanced food stuff, green areas and more!.” reported Melody Joy Shorter – Co-Founder, The Jackson Ward Collective

For more data on The Jackson Ward Collective to involve positioning membership, programming, sponsorship, getting to be a strategic associate and more, e-mail [email protected] or get in touch with 212.518.4776.

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