CSES Graduate Student Club Hosts Farm to Table 5K on April 7

Come out for a fun morning run or walk through the university research farm and help support the Full Circle Food Pantry. 

Hosted by the Crop, Soil and Environmental Science Graduate Student Club, the profit will be split between the food pantry and grad student club. Local gift cards will be given away after the race and Panera bagels will served. 

Previously known as the Down and Dirty 5K, this is the eighth annual CSES departmental 5K supporting the food pantry. The race is  at 8:30 a.m. April 7, with a 1 mile fun run to follow. The races start and finish at Agri Park off Garland Avenue with additional parking available across the road at the Animal Science building. Race timing will be provided by Y-Timing of Fayetteville. 

Canned food donations will be collected as well. Email farmtotable5k@gmail.com for additional information.

Register before March 1 to secure a T-shirt designed by Southern Trend.


Carrie Ortel, graduate research assistant
Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences
571-830-0348, ortel@uark.edu


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