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Tri Cycle Farms Closing to Public until April 1

Firstly, the Tri Cycle staff would like to express our gratitude for each one of you and our appreciation for the solid network of empathetic people who help make this organization possible.

In response to the declaration of national emergency, public health concern, and guidance from the World Health Organization, Tri Cycle Farms has made the difficult decision to postpone all volunteer workdays, workshops, and classes until at least April 1st.

Community is at the root of everything we do, and in order to preserve the health and safety of our community we have concluded that the most responsible course of action is to close the Rock House to all visitors and volunteers for the time being. We are committed to maintaining our Food Recovery program and distributing food to our community partners for as long as we are able and it is safe for us to do so. 

Sharing food is extremely important in this time of need, but more important is the awareness that we must prevent the spread of COVID-19 to those most vulnerable in our community. We also want to acknowledge all the hard work you all do to continue taking care of our neighbors. 

Thank you so much for all your support and please keep following our website, Instagram and Facebook pages, or subscribe to our mailing list and we will be in touch with further updates.

Someday soon, we will all meet back in the garden.

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