There’s a new acre-and-a-half farm on the north side of Indy, established by Eskenazi Health and Indy Urban Acres, to provide fresh, healthy options for area food pantries, and address food insecurity.
This month we focus on wholesome nutrition, highlighting farmers rooted in health plus antiinflammatory diets filled with good-for-you foods. Most Natural Awakening readers are concerned with where our food comes from, how it’s grown and feeling it’s a healthy addition to our diet.
All over the country people are picking up their rakes and shovels and becoming part of the movement to bring nutrient-dense local produce back into their communities.
The Hamilton County Master Gardener Association (HCMGA), the first of its kind in the state, has offered more than just gardening education since it was formed in 1985. The HCMGA promotes the art, science and pleasure of gardening in the community.
The Yoga Trapeze has arrived in Metro Indy. Known to yogis worldwide as the ultimate inversion tool, 12 trapezes were introduced in mid-June at Peace Through Yoga’s Franklin studio.
A nurse practitioner and functional medicine provider, she brings 20 years of experience practicing medicine and has been practicing functional medicine for a decade.
In the spirit of understanding our differences and spreading kindness, area residents are invited to come out from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on July 28 for Civic Saturday at the Central Library.
A nonprofit organization offering area women professional networking opportunities and inspiration, is offering regular networking meetings from 8 to 9:30 a.m. on the fourth Wednesday of each month at The Elevator.