Hey if you’re not doing anything this Friday evening at 6pm then please come on down to the Ypsilanti Farmers Mkt on Washington St for a food & agriculture mural unveiling!…I’m particularly vested in this event for two reasons:
1) I’m going to be ON the mural! Yikes!!🙃
) My friend Lynne Settles, Director of Ypsilanti African-American Mural Projectand some of her wonderful students are the creators of this.
Please check out this short clip. A guy by the name of Brad Perkins requested to do some overhead shots of my current farm and the potential future space…here’s what he put together.
Come celebrate the Summer Harvest and support a phenomenal and important cause! Sunday, August 20th from 4-6pm we will be closing Frita Batidos and making a giant, world class feast in support of our dear friend, Farmer Melvin Parson, and the world class urban farm he is building in Ypsi – growing bountiful produce, community and jobs for formerly incarcerated individuals – We will be roasting a side of Black Oak Farms Pork – Accompainied with spicy greens straight from Wtpga – Mexico City Corn – Buttermilk Biscuits – Tropical Slaw – Tres Leches with MI Summer Fruit and even FRITA MOONSHINE! How can you turn that down?!
Please help us support Farmer Parson and you will leave w/a full belly and stockpile of GREAT Karma ♥ $35 per person – $10 for kids and Pick up orders (AKA Feast To Go) #youcantbelievethedifferencethisguyismaking #dreambigorgohome #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #farmtotableforreal #wtpga #frita #fritafeastsarethebestfeats