How does spending the summer building your skills in the garden and sharing in the harvest sound? The Garden Tenders 2017 program is about to launch! Join us for the final orientation on Sunday, June 4th, from 2:30-3:30pm at Tri Cycle! Garden Tenders sign up for weekly volunteering times and care for a specific area of the garden. Times are flexible and include evening and early morning hours. Families are more than welcome! For more information, contact Delilah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How does spending the summer building your skills in the garden and sharing in the harvest sound? The Garden Tenders 2017 program is about to launch! Join us for orientations on Thursday, May 18th, from 6-7pm, or on Sunday, June 4th, from 2:30-3:30pm at Tri Cycle! Garden Tenders sign up for weekly volunteering times and care for a specific area of the garden. Times are flexible and include evening and early morning hours. Families are more than welcome! For more information, contact Delilah at email@example.com.
VENUE CHANGE! Due to thunderstorms, the 2nd Annual Warford/Mader Family Crawfish Boil will take place from 1-5:30pm at George’s Majestic on Dickson St.
Tri Cycle Farms presents the 2nd Annual Warford/Mader Family Crawfish Boil on April 29th from 1-6pm for all-you-can-eat crawfish and fixins, smoked ribs and chicken, boudin, and andouille sausage. Bring a side dish to share potluck style!
Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door
2017 is the final year of the Arkansas Gives program. Help Tri Cycle Farms “Grow the Love” this year by planning to make your contribution to Tri Cycle Farms on April 6, 2017, between 8am-8pm. You can select our organization on the Arkansas Gives website, here, or by clicking on the Arkansas Gives link we will provide on our website and our Facebook page on the day of the event. The minimum donation for this event is $25.
If you are interested in phone banking in the evening for Arkansas Gives, please contact the volunteer coordinator, Delilah, at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Would you like to learn more about hydroponic and aquaponic food production? Join us as Leah English covers the basics of growing food using a combination of hydroponics and aquaculture. By combining these farming methods, back yard gardeners, as well as commercial growers, are able to sustainably produce fish and vegetables within one closed-loop system. During the class she will cover the basic principles behind hydroponics and aquaculture while discussing the pros and cons of combining these methods to grow your own food using aquaponics. You’ll also have an opportunity to check out Tri Cycle’s aquaponic system and get tips for building your own.
REGISTER: Online here
WHEN: Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 1:00-3:00pm
WHERE: Rock House at Tri Cycle Farms (1705 N. Garland Ave).
PARK at Trinity United Methodist Church across the street.
DONATION: $10 suggested
Tri Cycle Farms is a participating partner in Compassion Fayetteville’s March 2017 Month of Compassion Food Drive. We, along with the Fayetteville Public Library, the Downtown Farmers’ Market, and City Hall, will serve as a drop-off site for donated non-perishable food items from March 27th-March 31st. Drop off any non-perishable food item in the Rock House between 9am-5pm Monday through Friday during this week. If you cannot make it during regular hours, feel free to use the labeled crate on the Rock House porch that will be available in the off-hours.
Help us show Fayetteville the generosity of Tri Cyclists! Donate through Tri Cycle to benefit community organizations like 7Hills Day Center.