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Fall Herb Half Wreath

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Description: Perfect for your Thanksgiving table, front door, or as a kitchen decoration - you can even snip some herbs as you cook your holiday meals! Fragrant wreaths are made from a variety of locally harvested herbs including sage, lavender, rosemary, oregano, and thyme. (Please note that not all wreaths have all 5 herbs, but there will be at least three). Wreath bases are handmade from wild vines and are accented with dried floral elements. Your purchase helps support the Ruth Bennet Community farm, a local organization offering farm and environmental education, as well as community health and food security aid.
Herb Wreath (half): approximately 10-12 inches.

Wreaths will come wrapped in brown paper. 

Uses: Use to decorate and bring cheer to your holiday with an ethically and handcrafted wreath that supports a great cause!

Ruth Bennett Community Farm

Ruth Bennett Community Farm is an educational farm and environmental center currently managed by Natania Schaumburg. Recognizing the need for greater food security and environmental health over the past decade, the Chester Housing Authority (CHA) created a two-acre community farm on vacant land at the Ruth L. Bennett Homes. We are dedicated to improving access to nutrient-dense foods at affordable prices to Chester residents. We seek to promote a thriving and diverse environmental ecosystem for community members to enjoy. Almost half of what we grow at our farm is flowers, and we provide cut flower production training to beginning farmer training participants in Philadelphia. Why support pesticide-free flowers? While many consumers value organic produce for health and environmental benefits, they might not realize the importance of buying chemical-free flowers as well. Many flowers are imported from other countries and are doused in toxic chemicals to prevent against pests and disease, as well as preserve flowers during shipping overseas. These chemical pesticides harm workers and kill pollinators. In addition, chemical residue remains even as the flowers sit on your table. By contrast, local flowers that are grown without pesticides greatly contribute to the local ecosystem. At Ruth Bennett Community Farm, we’re proud that our pesticide-free flowers attract a host of pollinators, like bees, butterflies, and birds. They also help beautify their urban surroundings. And they just make us happy.

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