Monday, September 8, 2014

Aerial wildflower stunt, farmstand, and community party -- Saturday Sept. 13th

You're invited to our free community event celebrating the Bee Friendlier Movement on Saturday Sept. 13th from 3-7 pm. Come see us drop over 50,000 brightly colored seed balls from a vintage WWII crop duster to plant a wildflower field at the Cloverleaf, Collins Farm and Hearty Fork farmstand! We will be having a party to close the farmstand for the season, and also educating the community on the importance of planting wild flowers and its direct impact on the farming community. 

Come join us for:
Live Music from F St Stompers featuring Panmixia
Food Vendors - T's Tacos and Tunes, run by Oak Park's students, and Sly Catering
Honey Tasting by Moonshine Trading Co
Wild Flower Seedle Making Demonstration
At 5PM, don't miss the Filming of Aerial Stunt for Bee Friendlier Documentary!

This is a kid friendly event and kids are invited to make a wildflower seedle to take home. 

Please Note: Documentary film crew may be on site filming. The documentary group worked on "One Day on Earth" and will be filming the wildflower field throughout the year. 

If you want to RSVP, please join the Facebook event here (though no RSVP is needed). 

Farm address is: 8947 Olmo Lane, Davis, CA 95616. Exit off I-80 on Kidwell Exit and the farmstand is directly north of the highway. 

To bike to the event, take Old Davis Rd. south from David, right on Tremont, right on Spalding and then left to cross over on Kidwell. You'll see the farmstand as you cross I-80.