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October 9th: Celebrate the Urban Harvest at City Farm

From: Kevin P.
Sent on: Sunday, October 3, 2010 1:12 PM

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Party on the Farm: Urban Harvest 2010

What better way to celebrate the fall harvest than on a farm—and you don't even have to leave the city. The Resource Center has transformed one acre of land in the middle of Chicago into a productive and sustainable space known as City Farm. And you're invited to join us down on the farm for Urban Harvest 2010; an eclectic coming together in celebration of local food and sustainable urban living.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to visit the City Farm in full fall splendor. And for those who regularly visit the farm stand, Urban Harvest 2010 is your chance to explore inside City Farm and learn more about what the Resource Center does for the people of Chicago. The proceeds from the event will go towards the Resource Center's many initiatives including urban agriculture, composting and recycling.

Register to attend Urban Harvest 2010



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City Farm

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Resource Center's City Farm program provides a model for urban, sustainable agriculture in Chicago's Cabrini-Green neighborhood. The farm is an example of greening urban spaces.

By bus, train or car. You can get to the farm on the #70 bus line. Or, if you are coming by train, it is just 4 blocks west of the Clark and Division Red line stop. If by car, nearby parking will be available.

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This event is made possible by the contributions of our community partners and supporters. Food, wine and beer generously donated by Vie, Dinotto, Piece Brewery & Pizzeria, Goose Island, Half-Acre Beer Company, Metropolitan Brewery and Revolution Brewing.

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