Tri Cycle Farms is a nonprofit urban farm park and food recovery center growing “community through soil” as we steward food awareness, education, and empowerment. While farming, we also host community education programs such as ecologically responsible gardening and natural health workshops, as well as annual events, including the Pesto Fest, Make A Difference Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, and the Fayetteville Seed Exchange. We use a collaborative, inclusive, “barn-raising” approach, and always have fun. Volunteers, particularly student volunteers, have been vital in making Tri Cycle the beautiful place that it is. Come get involved in the garden and get ready to raise community!
Tri Cycle Farms is located within one mile of the U of A campus, at the intersection of Garland and Sycamore, right along the RED bus route, and near the bike trail. We encourage you to walk, bike, or ride the bus! If driving, please park at the Trinity United Methodist Church (1021 W Sycamore St.) gravel lot and use the crosswalk to cross Garland to the farm.
Thank you for volunteering with Tri Cycle Farms!