Harvest Fest at the Campus Farm

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Event Details

Date(s) - 09/29/2019
Cost: Free


Matthaei Botanical Gardens
Region: Northeast
1800 N. Dixboro Rd, Ann Arbor

Event Description

Celebrate the harvest season with food, music, farm tours, and activities for people of all ages! Harvest Fest connects participants with student groups and community organizations who are dedicated to strengthening the local food system.

Free food, live music, and fall activities are planned, including:

  • Tours of the farm
  • Yoga classes — bring your own yoga mat or towel
  • Pumpkin Painting
  • Local food leaders will be available to discuss sustainable food initiatives in our community, including Argus Farm Stop, Taste the Local Difference, and Agra

Free buses will run on a loop every 20 minutes from Central Campus Transportation Center to the farm, starting at 12:40pm.

Event is free. Donations are appreciated and support UMSFP’s mission to foster opportunities for experiential learning and leadership in sustainable food systems.

Contact Information
Matthaei Botanical Gardens

  • Categories: Animals/Nature, Classes, Non-Profit
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