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Arcadia Coronavirus Policies and Program Information 3/13/2020

Friends, 
 
Nutritious food is essential, now more than ever. So we wanted to update you on how Arcadia is caring for caring for the community during the pandemic.

Arcadia’s Mobile Market pop up on March 18th will honor pre-orders only, in order to support both food access and social distance. Please place your order at this link by midnight on March 17th: tinyurl.com/march18popup. We will have your food packed up and ready to go when you arrive! 
 
Arcadia’s Mobile Markets will also distribute FREE MEALS at both locations for any youth affected by school closures. Thank you to DC Central Kitchen for collaborating with us on this!
 
The two pop-up locations on March 18th are: 
11:00am-1:00pm in Edgewood, Edgewood St NE & Evarts St NE, 20017
2:00-4:00pm at Bellevue Library, 115 Atlantic St SW, 20032
 
Place your pre-order here by Tuesday, March 17th at midnight: tinyurl.com/march18popup
 
ARCADIA FARM 
Arcadia Farmers Katherine and Kenny, and our three new Veteran Farm Fellows Zeek, Vanessa, and Megan, are hard at work on the farm preparing the soil for planting and tending seedlings in the greenhouse for the upcoming growing season. On Monday, they will glean winter greens and other crops to donate to an area food bank.
 
Our partner and landlord, Woodlawn & Frank Lloyd Wright's Pope-Leighey House, is closed to the public until at least March 27th. Therefore, we are not accepting volunteers or visitors on the farm until further notice. 

FARM AND NUTRITION EDUCATION
Arcadia Farm Education team Ivy and Juan Pablo are foster-parenting seedlings started in local school greenhouses and classrooms that might otherwise wither during school closures. When the kids get back to school, we will return their healthy seedlings ready to be planted, and their gardens won't miss a beat.   
 
Fairfax County Public Schools has currently cancelled all extracurricular activities and field trips through April 12th. We do not believe this will affect the upcoming field trip season which begins April 22, and are eagerly preparing for students and teachers to join us. However, we will follow FCPS’ lead, and should anything change, we will update our website and social media with new information as it becomes available. 

We will continue to operate all non-public programming during this time, and will be available by phone and internet for meetings and program coordination.  
 
We are taking prudent steps to keep Arcadia staff, customers, and volunteers healthy, so all other public programming is cancelled through March 27. 
 
We will revisit and update this policy every Friday and share to our social media accounts (@arcadiafood) and Arcadia's website: arcadiafood.org/CoronavirusUpdates
 
Please contact us if you have questions or concerns. 

Wishing you all health and safety,
Team Arcadia

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3/18/2020 - Mobile Market Pop-Ups

11:00am-1:00pm: Edgewood, Edgewood St NE & Evarts St NE, 20017

2:00-4:00pm at Bellevue Library, 115 Atlantic St SW, 20032

Pre-Orders Only: Place your pre-order here by Tuesday, March 17th

 

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8:30 pm - Facebook Live Watch Party