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Tour local farms and see where your food comes from!

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Farmers from Greenville’s Uptown Umbrella Market want you to come visit their land.  The public is invited to do a self-guided tour of the seven farms.  It's a great way to learn more about the locally-grown food you're putting on your dinner table.

“It’s wonderful!” said Kelsey Anderson, Umbrella Market Manager.  “This is exciting to have these farms open up their lands to the public and hopefully it’s not just on a one-time basis.”

The free tour is Sunday, Sept. 29.  It begins at 1 p.m. and will last about four hours.

You get to pick the farm where you want to begin.  

To learn more
click here.

To see a map of all the farms click here.



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