"Harvest Hootenanny" Encourages Urban Farming

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COLUMBIA - The Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture held its third annual Harvest Hootenanny Fundraiser on Saturday.

Held at the organization's Urban Farm, the event featured a square dance, a live auction and live music. Volunteers grilled Legacy Beef Hamburgers and served wine provided by St. James Winery.

Co-founder Adam Saunders said the fundraiser will help support hands-on education and outreach programs for the organization.

"We do a lot of education here from little kids to people who want to become farmers to people who want to grow vegetables in their own backyard," said Saunders.

For information on urban farming or volunteering with the Columbia Center for Urgan Agriculture, visit the organization's website.

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