On Saturday, September 14 from 10am until 5pm get your urban farming vibe on with the Pittsburgh Urban Farm Tour. East End Food Co-Op, Pittsburgh Food Policy Council, and PASA Sustainable Farmers are offering their 3rd annual self-guided tour of small commercial farms, community gardens, and apiaries throughout Pittsburgh.  

Looking for a close encounter of an agricultural kind? The tour includes chickens and mini-goats! 

Looking for fresh produce? Buy it from their farm stands. 

Want learn what an urban community apiary is? Come along! 

Looking for a visual slice of nature? Tour gardens built on vacant city lots and baseball fields. 

The tour includes 11 urban farm and community garden destinations which are having a positively tasty and inspiring impact on Pittsburgh. It’s gonna be a beautiful day to discover our great city’s farmer-in-the-city side.  

2019 Urban Farm Tour Sites:

  • African Healing Garden
  • Ballfield Farm
  • Braddock Farms
  • BUGS Homewood Historical Community Farm
  • Burgh Bees Apiary
  • Community Garden of Wilkins Township
  • Duquesne Community Victory Garden
  • Homeplate Garden
  • Manchester Growing Together Farm
  • Sankofa Village Community Garden
  • Shiloh Farm

Admission is $15; kids age 12 and younger are free. All proceeds support local urban agriculture projects.

Tickets available here

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Mo Macel

Mo is a pun-loving Pittsburgher who likes to take photos and write. She blogs at givegodyouryes.com and fullhipster.com.

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