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Oct. 12: WSU organic farm hosts annual Fall Harvest Festival

Kids playing pumpkin toss.
Kids play pumpkin toss at the 2018 Fall Harvest Festival.

PULLMAN, Wash. — The Washington State University Eggert Family Organic Farm will hold its annual Fall Harvest Festival, 10 a.m.–4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 12.

The festival will include u‑pick pumpkins, a produce sale, games for the family, pumpkin pie, fresh apple cider, and face painting. The event is hosted by the farm and organized by students in WSU’s Organic Agriculture major. Several students will be on hand to direct and interact with festival participants.

“We are so excited for a full day of fun on the farm,” said Katie Doonan, Harvest Festival student organizer. “The Organic Agriculture Club will have pie and cider, along with many fun games. We will have multiple CAHNRS and student organizations volunteering at the Harvest Festival.”

Pumpkins will include jack‑o‑lanterns, pie pumpkins, and specialty pumpkins of different colors.

Pumpkin Pricing:

  • 10 pounds and over: $0.75/pound
  • 6–9 pounds: $1/pound
  • 3–5 pounds: $1.50/pound
  • 0–3 pounds: $2/pound

Most other produce will be sold by the pound as well.

For the first time, credit and debit cards will be accepted, along with cash or checks.

The farm is located directly behind the WSU Bear Research, Education and Conservation Center on the corner of Terre View and Animal Science roads. Follow the signs up the hill. No pets allowed.

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