Some folks in Bozeman are using a unique approach to connect with local food producers.
Bike to Farm rides invite the public to get to know their farmers by way of bicycle.
Every weekend, riders bike to a different organic farm in Gallatin County where farmers give an hour-long tour.
Coordinators say it it's about being healthy and meeting new folks in the community.
Plus, it's an environmentally conscious way to find out where your food comes from.
"There's been a lot of talk of "Who's your farmer?", "Know your farmer". You see those bumper stickers all around town. There's a lot of talk of it and I think people actually want to go and meet their farmers and see where their food comes from," says organizer Justene Sweet.
Coordinator Christopher Bangs says he also hopes connecting folks to farmers will drive up demand to buy local organic and boost business for local food producers.
The group visited Three Hearts Farm, Saturday.
The rides are open to bikers of all abilities. Riders should bring their own lunch and expect to ride 20-30 miles.
The next scheduled ride is July 21st to Three Fiddles Farm with a stop at 406 Brewery.
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