Spokane Non-profit Hosts 2nd Annual Spring Celebration at Farm in Cheney

Green grass, young flowers, runners training for Bloomsday; signs of spring are here and P.e.a.c.h. Community Farm is ready to celebrate. “Last year was a rollicking good time” laughed p.e.a.c.h. founder Brightspirit Hendrix “and this year will be much bigger.” Sound Travel and other great local bands will fill the air with music as participants learn from workshops and kids enjoy classic farm games and farm animals. “Kids go crazy for the baby goats,” proclaimed Director of Farming Programs, Chrys Ostrander.

Country Fair will include organic gardening workshops, kids games, cheesemaking, baby goat petting, chicken keeping, a wild edible plant walk, a raw foods demonstration, green smoothies, and more. Tickets to Country Fair will be $5 at the gate. Kids and bicyclists get in FREE. All proceeds will benefit the non-profit P.e.a.c.h. Community Farm in their efforts to bring nutritious, organic produce to low-income Spokane. Country Fair will take place from 11am to 5pm on Saturday, April 30th at P.e.a.c.h. Community Farm, 10425 South Andrus Rd. Cheney. For more information click or call 509-216-9273.

The mission of p.e.a.c.h. (People for Environmental Action and Community Health) is to create a vibrant local food system that advances economic viability, community health, social equity, and sustainable agriculture in Spokane County. P.e.a.c.h. provides education, market opportunities, and land for area farmers aspiring to sustainable practices. P.e.a.c.h. Community Farm engages thousands of volunteers to increase access and affordability of fresh, nutritious produce to low-income Spokane

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