(585) Magazine Features LFC!

Feb 1, 2015 by

(585) magazine, greater Rochester’s only city-regional magazine, launched in May 2013 and covers food and drink, culture, destinations, and personalities in the region. And now it covers the Little Flower, too! Pick up the latest issue for a look at LFC as Rochester’s magazine media sees us! (And if you can’t find a copy, read the snapshot we took of it here: click here to read page one, and click here to read page...

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Little Flower In The News!

Jan 10, 2015 by

The LFC is the D & C headline story on intentional communities! “It was the monthly Tuesday night potluck at Little Flower Community on Parsells Avenue in the Beechwood neighborhood, and the crowd was the sort to make a fire marshal antsy — but a community organizer proud… Click here to read about what Rochester’s top media have to say about the Little...

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Best Wishes, Jesse and Mary!

Jan 6, 2015 by

Little Flower residents Jesse and Mary were married August 31st in a ceremony followed by a post-wedding reception / brunch / potluck at Pavilion Lodge in Ellison Park attended by one and all, young and old; and a great day and a great time it was for all. To learn more, visit the couple’s Facebook page. Needless to say, everyone in the Little Flower Community, and beyond, wishes Jesse and Mary a wonderful future, a long life, and great...

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Garden Planning

Feb 3, 2014 by

This afternoon, a number of Little Flower folks gathered together to discuss expansions and other plans for gardening this year.  We’ve had a empty lot that we’ve used to grow all sorts of bounties and the best herb spiral east of the Genesee, but, as we’ve grown in members and houses, we’re looking to expand our potential for cultivating the bounty of nature.  Some of the ideas we discussed include growing and eating more perennials, since they require so much less work to be able to enjoy them year-after-year, transforming the useless grass in our front yards into productive gardening space, and grafting to create hybrid fruit, berry, and nut trees. While gardening is just a hobby for many folks, here at the Little Flower Community, gardening and food, more broadly, are an important...

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