A True Celebration of Local Food in Richmond




Tricycle Urban Ag

At the 2018 Urban Farm Tour and Party on September 29, participants can spend the day touring four local farms, learning about urban agriculture and sampling local food and drink. Hosted by Real Local RVA, a grassroots group of independent, small grocery stores, restaurants, farmers’ markets, farmers, growers and supporters, the tour will stop at Tricycle Urban Ag, Community Food Collaborative, Bow Tide Farms and Lakeside's Tiny Acre.

It all culminates with a party at the Lakeside Farmer's Market Pavilion, featuring local food and beverages from Holistic Alaye, Little House Green Grocery, Crickhollow Farms and Final Gravity Brewing. 

Time: 12:30 to 8 p.m. Cost is $35-$65. For more information, visit RealLocalRVA.com.

 

 

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