This year, we have agreed to work with a second farm CSA that offers organic foods not offered by Early Morning Farms. A description and letter can be found here. As noted, they offer options like eggs, bread, fruit, dairy, pickles, herbs, and other products. The deliveries will be made on the same day, around the same time, as Early Morning Farms deliveries. Please note that even though Good Life Farm sells meat, no meat can be delivered to the Zen Center of Syracuse pickup site. Read more »
Participants of ACTS Listening Campaign have spoken and identified 6 crucial issues to address in our community. These are: Pre-K Expansion, Public Transportation, Economic Empowerment, Land-Use Equity, Criminal Justice, and Community Violence and Youth; you can read more about them in the PDF linkned below the flyer. We must now pick the final 3. Read more »
F.O.C.U.S. Greater Syracuse and SUNY Oswego Active Aging Community Engagement Center are conducting a community-wide survey that seeks to understand why people leave or stay in Central New York as they grow older. The aim is to reach people from everywhere – from the heart of the city to deep within the suburbs and farmlands. You can help shape the future of CNY by distributing this online survey to your co-workers, family, neighbors, and even friends who may have moved away. Read more »
Students Austin Smith and Michelle Revoir, both military journalists taking a course at the Military Visual Journalism Program at Newhouse, Syracuse University, produced this story on the Zen Center's wellness programs.