Locally Loved

. May 23, 2012.

Take a look at where People’s Food Co-op gets its delicious produce and meat, as the Co-op hosts the first Farm Tour Field Day. Get the dirt on local farming as three farm loops guide participants, by car or bike, to local farms including Tantre Farm, Sun
Seed Farm
, the Community Farm of Ann Arbor, Green Things and Motave Meadows, just to name a few, on Sunday, August 21, from 11am to 4pm. Both the south and north farm loops are drivable and carpooling is encouraged, while the third loop, the bike loop, offers riders a chance to see farms closer to town. The event is free and open to the public, and begins at the Co-op and continues on to the farms. Pre-registration is required. For more info call 734-994-9174 or visit www.peoplesfood.coop.

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