Keeping it fresh

. May 24, 2012.

Interested in urban gardening, farms and sustainable, healthy food systems? Don’t miss the fifth annual Tour de Fresh on Tuesday, July 19, from 5-8:30pm throughout downtown Ypsilanti. Hosted by Growing Hope, Bike Ypsi and Transition Town Ypsi, the Tour begins at the Downtown Ypsilanti Farmers’ Market and ends at the Growing Hope Urban Farm. Different sites along the way include topics such as permaculture design and keeping urban bees and chickens. Tour participants may travel by bike or vehicle. Donations for entry are encouraged. For more info visit www.growinghope.net.

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