|"Heavenly Blue" Morning Glory - the first of the season!|
|Beets, giant marigolds and zinnias - garden color!|
|David Roux, with a beet from his garden.|
Come out for a beautiful September day to enjoy cycling or volunteering, eating, mingling, and learning about local farms.
|Christine, picking flowers to take to the Food Bank. "One does not live by zucchinis alone!"|
We need: Friday, Sept 14 -
9:00 to 1:00 (up to 6 people) harvest and food prep - (bring your own favorite knives and cutting board).
Sat. Sept 15 -
7 - 10:00 am (3 people) - serving breakfast and clean-up
10 - 2:00 (4 to 6 people) - set-up, food prep and serving riders (if they're back by then)
2 - 6:00 - (4 to 6 people) - serving food and clean-up.
It's not too late to register for the ride (though almost 2/3 of the slots have been filled.)
Click here to find out more about the ride, and register. Registration closes Sept 8, 2012.
To volunteer at one of the Farm to Farm rest stops, Click Here.
Event coordinator: Jennifer Hughes: Hughes064@gmail.com.
To read highlights from last year's ride, Click Here.
|A swallowtail - pollinator, came by for a visit in July.|