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Take a Bike, Bus or Car on Global Growers Tour

You'll visit gardens being cultivated by refugees from around the world.

is leading tours to all the farms the group is involved with on Sunday, June 24, and you have a choice of how to travel.

Global Growers helps international refugees farmers find places to grow crops.

All tours leave from the Clarkston Community Center at 3701 College Ave., Clarkston.

A bike tour will leave at 11:30 a.m. The Atlanta Bike Coalition will lead the 20-25 mile ride, complete with light picnic lunch. The ride will be broken up into six segments. No more than 20 riders for this tour. Contact atiba@zfo.net for more information.

A bus tour will leave the Clarkston Community Center at noon.

A self-guided tour is available for anybody from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

To guarantee a spot purchase a ticket online in advance. The bike and self-guided tour are $25 per person. The bus tour is $60.

Some of the sites that may be visited: Bamboo Creek Farm: The Global Growers Training Farm; Birendra’s Community Garden; Clarkston Farmers Market & the Clarkston Community Garden; Clarkston International Garden at 40 Oaks: A Global Growers Community Garden; : A Community Collaboration Led by Global Growers; Jolly Avenue Community Gardens; Northlake Church of Christ Garden; : A Partnership with Global Growers.


This tour is in celebration of World Refugee Day.

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