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Burnt Ridge Nursery & Orchard Fall Tours Sept 14th 2019

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Burnt Ridge Nursery & Orchards
Fall Farm & Nursery Tour September 14, 2019
Event 1 - 10am to noon
Event 2 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Join us for a public Farm and Nursery Tour, with our founder Michael Dolan leading the way as we share with you our 20 acres of organic fruits and nuts, with a special focus on elderberries, kiwi berries and other fall fruits and nuts. If you have never visited our farm, you are in for a treat! 39 years on the land, and you can see all that can be developed as a thriving permaculture business!
You will have a chance to see our mature sweet chestnut, hazelnut and walnut groves, as well as the Certified Organic fruit orchards, commercial kitchen, retail nursery, packing warehouse and coolers, greenhouses, and get a chance to sample and compare different varieties of fruits that are ripe.
Admission is $15 per person, or family of up to 4 for $30. Limit of 30 guests will be strictly enforced due to parking limitations; please carpool if you can.  Two tours are available, with starting times of 10:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Tickets should be purchased in advance at, by calling our office at (360) 985-2873, or in person at our Olympia Farmers Market booth.
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I’ll be there! Can’t wait to see it and get ideas of how to tree-up my place.
Aaaaaand ... we're on the march. Stylin. Get with it tiny ad.
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