Celebrate Earth Day in Swartz Creek (canceled due to COVID-19)
Westwind Farm Hosts Eco- and Family-Friendly Activities
Saturday, April 25, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Westwind Farm will celebrate the 50th Earth Day. The main attraction will be the Howell Nature Center’s Lords of the Sky program, to meet several magnificent birds and hear about their role in the ecosystems that their species inhabit. After this program, kids of all ages will be making birdhouses for songbirds.
To ensure everyone’s health due to the Coronavirus, we are planning to have limit the number of people attending the event, and we will have sanitizing wipes and a clean restroom. Please call ahead to confirm.
Westwind Farm co-owner Linda Purdy says, “We’ll also have a mozzarella cheese making demo, a flour mill tour and homemade organic tea tasting, and all day there will be local vendors with homemade, healthy products for sale. Also find literature and representatives from environmental groups that can give you ideas on what you can do to help save our planet and give your children a future. At Westwind Farm, our focus is on fixing our food system, which is an integral part of our lives and health, just as it is to the life and health of the Earth.”
She adds, “To ensure everyone’s health due to the Coronavirus, we are planning to have limit the number of people attending the event, and we will have sanitizing wipes and a clean restroom.”
Please call ahead to confirm the event before attending.
Westwind Farm is located at 11487 Reid Rd., Swartz Creek. For more information, call Linda Purdy at 810-701-8151 or visit WestwindMilling.com.