|Registration Opens||Till registration closes|
|Registration Closes||Any time before each end date or when space runs out.|
|Age Limit||All Ages|
Join us in the garden Tuesday through Saturday from 9am-noon for our spring gardening workdays! Stay for the whole time or drop in for whatever portion suits your schedule. After the weather begins to warm, we will begin at 8am. Check individual listings for more information.
Spring workdays will be a mixture of weeding, moving mulch, and starting and planting seeds for spring. Special projects will occur in between regular chores as we build new beds, create new paths, become an event center, gather our aquaponics resources, and encounter all the unknowns from working at a farm!
Bring a water bottle, sun protection as needed, and possibly bug protection. Closed-toed shoes, long pants, and long sleeves are recommended as sun and insect protection. We will work in light rain but not in heavy rain or in weather with lightning. Email the organizer if you have questions about weather cancellations on specific dates.
PARK at Trinity United Methodist Church in the GRAVEL parking lot and take the crosswalk carefully (watch for people turning left onto Garland) to meet at the farm. The Red bus line has a stop directly across the street from the farm. We also encourage you to bicycle to Tri Cycle! The farm consists of the Rock House at 1705 N. Garland, the red barn behind it, and the 2 acres behind the barn. If you do not see anyone working in the garden or at the barn when you arrive, please knock on the front door of the Rock House, which is right in front of the farm at 1705 N. Garland.
Keep us in mind for your group (social, faith-based, academic, Greek, ect.) service projects as well! Message Delilah, the organizer, on GivePulse or send email to volunteer(at)tricyclefarms.org for more information on group reservations.
|Perks||Learn farming and gardening skills in a fun and friendly environment.|
|Parking Details||Park in the gravel parking lot at Trinity Methodist Church, across the street, and take the crosswalk across Garland to the farm, which is behind the rock house at 1705 N. Garland.|
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