School is out for the summer! Although our Classroom Programs and Farm Field Trips are taking their summer break, The HEAL Project still has a jam-packed agenda going into this season. Check out the updates we have for you regarding e-Waste, Summer Camp, Farmers' Market, and staff. Thank you for your support as we bring garden-based education programs to the Coastside.
Amy Bono-Kruckewitt, Executive Director
Calling All e-Waste
Have you been meaning to get rid of that 90s television gathering dust in your garage? Or how about the printer that hasn't worked since you first tried to turn it on? If you are feeling encroached by electronic clutter in your home or work, bring it down to the Coastside Farmers' Market this Saturday, July 2! We collect and recycle old electronics on the first Saturday of every month.
Summer Camp Update
Is it camp time already?! Our first week of farm camp kicks off next week and we can't wait to plant, harvest, cook, hike, discover, laugh and learn with all of our campers. There are still a handful of openings in our four of six weeks of camp.
Visit www.thehealproject.org/camps to register today.
Make this the week to come visit our booth at the Coastside Farmers' Market in Half Moon Bay! Our farmers and students have been hard at work to grow you the freshest Coastside produce. This Saturday from 9am-1pm at Shoreline Station, you'll find salad greens, radishes, beets, kale, raspberries and more.
Au Revoir, Katie!
This month we bid farewell to Katie, our Operations Manager and CCP Preschool Instructor. Katie has had an incredible year working at The HEAL Project, helping stabilize and organize THP during a time of transition. We thank Katie for her hard work and wish her the best as she embarks on her next adventure as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Philippines!