Farm Crawl planned over two days in August

This August, gardening enthusiasts and the curious will have two days to see all the participants in the Farm Crawl.

Slated for Saturday, Aug. 3, and Sunday, Aug. 4, the event offers 13 or 14 sites available on different days, according to Laura Rodriguez, a Farm Crawl organizer.

This year, Aug. 3 participants include Shoofly Farm, Our’s Farm, The Garden at Hillside Homestead in Indian Valley, and Dan Brown’s Greenville High School Garden.

On Aug. 4 sites include Follow Your Heart Farm and Feather River College’s Eco Farming Program at the same location.

The Funky Beet, located at Five Foot Farm, Kinne Family Farm, Limb N Aide, and Myrna’s Place are in the Quincy area.

In Meadow Valley, Let it Grow, FulHat Farm and SnowSki Garden are on the list of participating gardeners.

And the University of Earth Medicinal Garden is in Graeagle, according to Rodriguez.

A map to each location will eventually be offered and admission is by donation.

The Plumas Grown Farm Crawl is sponsored by the Plumas Farmers Guild. For more information, contact Laura Rodriguez at (707) 217-6412 or [email protected]