Perennial Polyculture Parade with Seth Bernard


The Grand Traverse Edible Trails Project invites you to join them this Sunday at 3 PM for the Public Perennial Polyculture Parade with Seth Bernard!

Perennial PolycultureThis family-friendly event features music from local inspirer-in-chief Seth Bernard as you parade along the TART Trail to tour the new public food forest gardens. Best of all, it’s all free!

The Parade starts at the Leelanau Conservancy’s DeYoung Natural Area at 3pm with a tour of the public food forest garden there. It will then head south about 1/2 mile down the trail to the new Cedar Creek Food Forest as Seth plays a strolling concert. Come prepared to walk or bike about a mile total. If you can, please bring something to hold up like kites, balloons, signs, parade floats, or anything you can imagine but come without if not.

To learn more about the Edible Trails Project, check out this eatdrinkTC feature and also visit them on Facebook.

You can click below for more information about the event on Facebook and scroll down for a song from Seth!