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Meet & Greet Farm Tour, Saturday August 28 at 1pm

We’re holding a Local Harvest Gardening meet and greet on Saturday Aug. 28 starting at 1pm until 3pm.

Come and meet Dan, Andrew and fellow course participants for a guided farm tour and an opportunity to talk gardening, composting and soil health.

Farmer Dan’s daughter Kayla will be baking wood-fired pizzas for those who want to eat.

There will also be salad and kombucha.

The cost to cover the food is $20 per person.

Food is optional and there is no cost to attend.

Pizza

If you wish to eat, please RSVP to localharvestgardening@gmail.com so the bakery knows how many pizzas to make and state the type of pizza you want: veggie or meat.

Our farm and market are at 7697 Lickman Road, Chilliwack, BC V2R 4A7.

We look forward to seeing you on the day.

Warmly,

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Pizza Requests as of 27-Aug-2021 @ 19:30 PDT

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Alicia van den Brink

Amy A. Phillips

Cai

Chris Willis & friend

Dana Dykema & hubby

Danica & Ben

Donna & John

Elysse G. & daughter

Janice & partner

Jordana & Krystal Kokoszka

Kim Steer

Mitchel Vedder

Nancy Palejko

Neil & Melody Froc

Olga C-R

Olga R

Paino Family

Scott & Jaclyn Neumann

Stacy & Beau

Shalene Reimer

Tom & Jana

Vandana & hubby

Willow & Laura

Zorka & Girls

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Local Harvest Farm

The Local Harvest Mission & Vision

Local Harvest Vision

Andrew Couzens is a software engineer turned soil scientist.

A life long sufferer with inflammatory bowel disease, he was motivated to enter the agricultural space in an effort to “be the change” he believed was necessary to heal his own body.

Healthy plants come from healthy soil, and healthy soil comes from working with nature, not against it.

Leveraging his knowledge and experience in software engineering, he started Terra Flora Organics with a goal of helping conventional growers move from unsustainable practices that destroy soil and negatively affect the health of people and the planet, to regenerative practices that allow intensive farming whilst building soil and healing our minds and our bodies.

Andrew Couzens