Farm to Table 5K Set for April 13; Register Now

The Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences Graduate Club at the University of Arkansas will host the ninth annual Farm to Table 5K on April 13. Proceeds will benfit the U of A Full Circle Food Pantry and the U of A Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences Graduate Club.

The Full Circle Food Pantry is an organization on the U of A campus that helps fight food insecurity issues in the local community. Find out more information at the Full Circle Food Pantry page.

The race is also dedicated to raising money for the CSES graduate student club so they can put on events and outings for the students. So come out and join them 8:30 a.m. Saturday, April 13, for 5K and 8:35 a.m. for 1 mile race with awards, prizes, breakfast at 9:45 a.m. The 5K and 1-miler are flat and fast courses on the roads throughout the Arkansas Agricultural Research and Experiment Station in Fayetteville. The planned routes are also completely different than the one used at the Chile Pepper runs!

Find out more at the Farm to Table 5K event page.


Chandler Gruener,
Crop, Soil and Environmental Science


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