The nonprofit Blue Mountain Land Trust is playing host to a day to learn about the natural resources around Dayton on Aug. 8.
The public is invited to the event, which starts at 11 a.m. at TamiJoy Farm, 108 Rocky Road Lane.
Owner Tami Miller will talk about her community-supported agriculture farm, which sells a share of its crop in advance. That gives the farmer capital and allows the consumer to enjoy produce at a reduced price.
The next stop will be Blue Mountain Station, an eco-food processing park dedicated to artisan food processors.
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They will then tour Barbara and Larry Fairchild’s conservation easement on the Wolf Fork of the Touchet River. The property includes a functioning floodplain, wetlands and mature riparian forest.
The event is $10 for adults or free for children under 18. People can register online for the event at bmlt.org.