DULUTH, Minn. — Meet your neighbors and the farmers who grow your food as the Lake Superior Chapter of the Sustainable Farming Association hosts its 26th annual Harvest Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., Sept. 7, at Bayfront Festival Park, 350 Harbor Dr, Duluth.
With the largest farmers market in the region as well as artisan vendors, live music, hands-on demonstrations, childrens’ activities and a renewable energy fair, this free family friendly event celebrates the diverse bounty of the Superior region as well as the sustainably minded residents working to preserve our natural resources.
Harvest Festival activities include maypole dancing, chicken poo bingo, a blacksmith and crafting with Duluth Folk School. Food available will include ice cream, coffee, baked goods, a Mexican food truck, wood-fired pizza and much more.
For a lineup of all the vendors, exhibitors, sponsors and activities, visit sfa-mn.org/harvest-festival. To sign up as a volunteer, exhibitor or vendor, or for more information, contact Julie Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630.750.8322.
Other upcoming SFA Lake Superior events include:
Sept. 22 – Seed Saving for Northern Climate, Little Chili Farm, 7217 Hill Rd, Two Harbors. Zachary Paige of North Circle Seeds will present a hands-on demonstration of seed processing as well as discuss opportunities for interested growers.
Oct. 2 – Minnesota Premium Garlic Workshop, 2-6 p.m., Little Chili Farm, 7217 Hill Rd, Two Harbors. Learn the elements of garlic growing and partake in a hands-on demonstration of planting an actual garlic plot.
— Sustainable Farming Association
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