Slow Food's Tour-de-Farm!
updated February 20, 2012
On Sunday, April 22, 2012, between noon and 5pm select First Coast area farms will open their gates for the community to learn about local food production - where our food comes from, and the farmers who produce it. You can attend educational farm workshops, visit a cattle and goat ranch, taste produce right from the field, talk with farmers, and find local business owners who are committed to more sustainable practices and growing our local economy.
Click here to get a PDF version of the 2012 Tour de Farm booklet with a list of all the farms, partners, stops along the way, and sponsors! You can also pick up a copy at your Public Library in Nassau, Baker, Duval, Bradford, St Johns, Putnam and Flagler counties.
This is a FREE event!
Would you like to volunteer on the big day? Please email Deborah Schroth at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on positions, and availability.
|Jax and Beyond||Along Old Bartram Trail|
|Down to Earth Farms
Conner's Amazing Acres
Harrietts Bluff Organic Blueberry Farm
Twinn Bridges Farm
Terk's Acres Goad Farm
Maggie's Herb Farm
|Our Rural Heritage||Old Florida|
|Sykes and Cooper Farm
Blue Sky Farm
Tater Farm & Barnes Farm
Florida Partnership for Water, Agriculture and Community Sustainability at Hastings
County Line Produce
|Black Hog Farm
Log Cabin Winery
Forest Groves, Inc.
St. Johns Oaks Vineyard
Bratcher Farms Produce
|Premier Sponsor||Distinguished Supporters|
|Notable Supporters||Sustaining Supporters|
Friends of the Tour
Capitol City Bank, the French Pantry, Bold Bean Coffee Roasters, Futch's Tractor Depot, Southern Horticulture, David Dinkins,