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Harvest celebration at WSU organic farm

PULLMAN, Wash. – Celebrate fall at the free, public Harvest Party 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Washington State University organic farm.

Activities will include hay wagon rides, face painting and games.

Pumpkins, sold by weight, will be available from a U-pick pumpkin patch of traditional jack-o-lanterns, baby pumpkins and a few novelty varieties.

Wood-fired pizza and fresh-pressed cider will be sold. Cash or check only for purchased items.

“The Harvest Party is a wonderful time and place to enjoy the Palouse with family and friends,” said organic farm manager Brad Jaeckel. “And, to get your fall pumpkins and apples!”

The farm is located in Tukey Horticulture Orchard on the corner of Airport Road and Terre View Drive. The orchard will be open for U-pick and pre-picked fruit sales.

Please leave pets at home. 

 

Contacts:
Brad Jaeckel, WSU organic farm, 509-335-5893, jaeckel@wsu.edu
Kate Wilhite, WSU CAHNRS Marketing, News and Educational Communication, 509-335-8164, kate.wilhite@wsu.edu

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