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Old-Fashioned Farm Dinner at Green Things

The Green Things Farm Collective grew out of the desire of a few farmers to share the privilege and responsibility of tending to land and feeding a community. Helen Harding and Blake Reetz, founders of EAT, will present a September Farm Dinner on September 13. Check in is between 5 and 6 p.m., and dinner begins at 6 p.m. In addition to the farm-fresh, vegetarian meal, there will be local musical stylings and a stroll down the farm lane to visit the plants and animals. Desserts are potluck and BYO adult beverages, table settings and picnic blankets. A limited number of picnic tables will be available.

 Co-owner Hannah Weber says, "A plant-based diet relies on whole foods centered around fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, nuts, seeds and very little or no animal products or processed oils." Green Things Farm Collective is a contemporary, majority women-owned farm business in the heart of Ann Arbor that provides nourishment and quality of life to its farmers and community members through the thoughtful production of organic produce and agricultural events

 Admission is $25 for adults/$15 for kids. Location: 3825 Nixon Rd,. Ann Arbor. For tickets (required), visit For more information, email [email protected] or visit