2017 Elc Urban Farm Bike Ride

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It's time for our 2017 Urban Farm Bike Ride! This is our 5th year doing this collaboration between the Eat Local Challenge, NOLA Social Ride and Why NOLA Farms, and we are excited to announce that we will be starting at Hollygrove Market and Farm and will be visiting a number of urban gardens and farms in the Hollygrove/Pigeon Town/Riverbend area!


The schedule is still being finalized, but here are the time slots. We are currently finalizing our plans with all of the gardens and will be filling in the schedule as it is finalized! We have a number of farms on board, but we want to get the time slots right before we post them all! Stay tuned!


Start Spot: Meet at 9AM, Ride Starts at 10AM sharp!
Hollygrove Market and Farm
8301 Olive St.
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First Stop: 10:15AM to 10:45AM

Okra Abbey
Corner of Hickory St. and Eagle St.
https://goo.gl/maps/QKcaDypF3v62

Second Stop: 11:00AM - 11:30AM

Project Greenlight
8203 Jeannette St
https://goo.gl/maps/GtPtHmV4VWD2

Third Stop: 11:45AM - 12:15PM

Our Garden
Corner of Ferry Pl. and Plum St.
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End Spot: 1:00PM - Back at Hollygrove Market and Farm


End Spot: 12:30PM - Back at Hollygrove Market and Farm

No tickets or signup are required, but please RSVP if you plan on coming so we can be prepared! This is a community bike ride organzied by local volunteers, so you are responsible for yourself and your bicycles at all times!

As always, we will be passing by and pointing out as many smaller gardens as we can.This event is free and open to the public. Please be prepared, and bring your own supplies! We will have someone driving a truck to carry supplies from stop to stop. Please make sure your bike is in working order, and bring basic repair items such as a tube, pump, wrenches, patch kit, etc in case of any mechanical issues.Please note that everyone is individually responsible for safe operation of their bicycles and for following all traffic laws at all times while on public streets. Ample time has been included in the schedule to ensure that everyone can travel at a comfortable pace. Personal safety equipment (helmets and lights) are encouraged. Handouts will be provided with a map of all the garden stops, and a live tracker will be posted for anyone that wants to catch up and join at any point!We look forward to exploring many pockets of local edible flora on our most sustainable, efficient method of travel available: Pedal Power!
Come discover a few of our many local urban gardens and farms!
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By: New Orleans Eat Local Challenge