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Farm Fresh To You starts tour season

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From page A3 | February 29, 2012 |

Come see where your food is grown.

Farm Fresh To You, the organic produce home delivery community-supported agriculture service, invites the public to its farm in Capay for a tour from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 10. The farm is at 23800 Highway 16.

A tractor tram will take visitors around the farm to see spring vegetables growing in the fields. Kids will be able to do a craft, and families can picnic at tables and listen to live music.

The Pleasant Valley Boys, who specialize in bluegrass music from the 1940s and before, will entertain. There also will be a market stand selling drinks and fresh produce.

“We love when farm tour season begins, and we can invite people out to the land to see how and where their food is grown,” said Thaddeus Barsotti, farmer and co-owner of Farm Fresh To You. “We are changing the food system, connecting farmers and consumers to promote healthy, seasonal eating.”

No RSVP is necessary. For details and directions, visit farmfreshtoyou.com and click on the “Events” button or go to the Farm Fresh To You Facebook page, www.facebook.com/farmfreshtoyou.

Admission is $4 per person for Farm Fresh To You customers and $8 per person for the general public. For children 12 and under, admission is free.

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