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Urban Eden Farm hosts fall farmstand and leaf drop

UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 8, 2018, 1:08 p.m.

This butternut squash comes from Urban Eden Farm in Spokane’s Vinegar Flats neighborhood. (Adriana Janovich / The Spokesman-Review)
This butternut squash comes from Urban Eden Farm in Spokane’s Vinegar Flats neighborhood. (Adriana Janovich / The Spokesman-Review)

Drop off loose leaves at Urban Eden Farm on Nov. 18 and enjoy a chance to shop for organic fall vegetables grown on site using organic methods.

It costs $10 per load to leave your leaves for composting at the farm in Spokane’s Vinegar Flats neighborhood. Make sure loads are free from pine cones, horse chestnuts, shells, nuts, animal droppings, litter, tree limbs, branches and leaves collected from the street to avoid auto fluids in the compost. Also, no more than 5 percent of the load may be pine needles.

Falls vegetables – red and golden beets, carrots, pumpkins, sunchokes, and acorn, Hubbard and spaghetti squash – will be for sale during the event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Information regarding next season’s weekly CSA box will also be available.

Urban Eden Farm is at 2115 S. Cherry St.

For more info about the event, visit https://www.earthworksrecycling.com/2018-fall-leaf-drop-off/.

Call (509) 953-7863.

On the web: http://www.urbanedenfarm.com/.

 
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