Providence Farm Collective Tour and Lunch

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Providence Farm Collective Tour and Lunch

Visitors can expect to learn about farming and fresh, culturally significant foods during a farm tour and enjoy a farm-to-table lunch.

By Providence Farm Collective

When and where

Date and time

May 25 · 11am - July 13 · 1pm EDT


Providence Farm Collective 5701 Burton Road Orchard Park, NY 14127

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About this event

Attendees of a Providence Farm Collective farm tour and lunch can expect an immersive experience that highlights the organization's commitment to farmer-led and community-rooted agriculture and food systems. During the tour, they will have the opportunity to learn about the passion and knowledge of PFC's farmers and staff, including the Community Engagement Coordinator and the Farm Crew, and explore the demonstration plot used for the Community Supported Agriculture program. The tour is capped off by a farm-to-table lunch prepared by PFC's own Chef Sharif Abdi, providing a delicious taste of the locally grown produce that PFC is dedicated to bringing to its members. Throughout the experience, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of PFC's mission to actualize the rights of under-resourced peoples and see first-hand how their work is making a positive impact in the community.

Important Information:

  • The tour will begin promptly at 11:00am, so be sure to arrive a few minutes early.
  • Upon arrival, park along the road.
  • Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes that you do not mind if they get dirty.
  • The tour is approximately 90 minutes long, with a lot of walking and standing.
  • You will be in the sun for much of this time. Please wear sunscreen and/or a hat and bring a drink or water bottle.
  • Please bring a donation of shelf-stable food for our farmers and youth lunch program: dried pinto beans, dried black-eyed peas, basmati rice, coconut milk, olive oil, canola oil.

We want to make our tours accessible to as many people as possible. Upon request we can provide a sitting tour under our tent for those unable to traverse uneven terrain.

Please note that we currently only have a porta potty on premise.

How much should I pay?

We believe that our farm tours should be accessible to everyone. Please choose an amount that reflects your ability to give.

Please come for free if you have very limited expendable income and have little to no access to savings or financial support from family.

Final cost includes Eventbrite fees.

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