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 email@example.com 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.