Sprouting Grass for Brother Wolf’s Bunnies – A Community Service Project

Grass.. Grass… Geeer-ass! A funny yet essential word that sounds weird to say out loud. With the word echoing in my mind, I imagine uniformed green fields of long and slender blades, bursting with chlorophyll and energy. So, what exactly is grass? “Great question” responds F.E.A.S.T teacher, Summer Wheldon, who devotes her day at Hall Fletcher Elementary School answering these types of philosophical questions for her energetic, young […]

Community Harvest Day at 5th Season Gardening Co.

Community support makes it possible for us to help kids to see the importance of the work they are doing every day in the classroom.  All of the knowledge and the skills they learn during these core academic times directly relate to the work we do at FEAST; we connect class work to cooking, gardening, exploring our […]

Creative Cooking at Vance Elementary

Do you ever wondering what happens in our cooking classes?  Check out our latest Facebook post and see all of the super cool cooking projects Jordan did last week at Vance Elementary!  Students engaged with veggies in so many fun ways! We looked inside a tomato, turned veggies into monsters then ate them, turned zucchini into noodles, […]

Second Gear: Non-profit of the Month Event Supports FEAST

Outdoor lifestyle and healthy eating go hand-in-hand, Second Gear will be raising awareness and helping support FEAST in 2017. Beginning on January 2nd,  those who bring in clothing and gear to be consigned can direct all the consignor’s earnings straight back to our organization.  To participate, just state that the items being consigned are for FEAST. […]

Community Shopping Event at Ten Thousand Villages supports FEAST!

Make a difference globally and locally with your holiday shopping. Monday, November 28th through Friday, December 9th mention FEAST Asheville at the checkout counter and 15% of your purchase will be donated to us. And, of course, your purchase supports our work to create economic opportunities for marginalized artisans around the globe. 10 College St. Asheville, […]