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Weekend Farm Training 2017 Schedule

Posted on Oct 16, 2014

Weekend Farm Training 2017 Schedule

Our mission is to transform communities by providing them with accessible nutritionally rich food items to improve their over all health.  These efforts are also supported by our training and educational activities. Sign up for weekend, or Saturday-only, training now. Learn about urban farming, aquaponics, composting and more at these these weekend workshops.    Training Options Five Month Training Program– The commercial Urban Agriculture Training Program will help you to manage your own farming business, while allowing you to learn on-site; actually practicing the hands-on...

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Our Community Shares

Posted on Feb 4, 2013

Our Community Shares

Join our Community Supported Agriculture Program for fresh in season vegetables, fruits and fish, as well as training and compost. We offer different levels of sponsorship, including monthly and yearly. Feel free to contact us at keymah777@aol.com if you have any questions. Thank you for all your support!!!     Click Below for Special Groupon Discounts:   https://www.groupon.com/deals/ridall-corporation   Our sponsorship levels: Monthly: Silver – $50 – This program includes weekly access to fresh seasonal produce, and sprouts for the course of the membership...

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Our Comics

Posted on Oct 26, 2012

Our Comics

We’re reaching out to hundreds of school kids through our Brink City “Green In the City” Comic Book. So far we’ve published five out of the planned 12 editions. We are working with local schools and sponsoring an essay contest to encourage students to understand the effect “woes” have in the community. Those woes include contaminated water and soil – including the land Rid-All has transformed into an urban farm. Our comics were turned into a play that was put on at the Karamu Theater in Cleveland. Hundreds of school children attended, as did others...

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Our “Black Gold”

Posted on Oct 24, 2012

Our “Black Gold”

We take food waste add some worms and make “Black Gold,” a rich nutritious soil. It’s ideal for farms, roof-top gardens and raised-bed gardens in inner-city neighborhoods where people are who are concerned about digging in the ground.  This is the soil in which we grow our vegetables. We also offer it for sale. Vermiculture is the process of creating extremely rich compost by giving fruit and vegetable “garbage” to earthworms. The worms then digest the produce, and their “castings” become a rich fertilizer, or concentrated potting soil. Rid-All operates and maintains an EPA...

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Our Fish

Posted on Oct 23, 2012

Our Fish

We are raising tasty Tilapia fish in our four large tanks. So far we’ve sold more than 350 pounds of the omega-3-packed fished raised in our aquaponic system that cleans and recirculates water between our fish tanks and vegetables growing on the roof. We are adding six new tanks for more Tilapia, as well Perch, Blue Gill, Bass and Shrimp, though some of the fish will be in our outdoor pond.  ...

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Our Farm

Posted on Oct 23, 2012

Our Farm

We have two greenhouses and four hoop houses in Cleveland’s Forgotten Triangle, where we are growing healthy, organic vegetables for area residents and businesses. We also train people on urban farming and economic sustainability. The Rid-All Farm harvests 150 to 200 pounds of vegetables a week that’s distributed to local restaurants, institutions and consumers. Tomatoes, lettuce, zucchini, peppers, celery, collard greens, kale, broccoli, spinach and herbs such as sweet basil, thyme, and oregano are grown. Marc S. White is the Rid-All site manager and...

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