You may have stumbled upon one of several urban farms while driving or walking about in the city and you may have wondered how it came about, what it offers or how you can be apart of it. Finally all of your questions will be answered if you choose to take advantage an opportunity to explore these pockets of jewels in the Queen City on Urban Farm Day.

Presented by Garden Buffalo Niagara, Urban Farm Day will offer the opportunity to explore 16 urban farms through self-guided tours as well as the opportunity to participate in eight scheduled talks with the farmers. The tours will include activities such as pizza making with the farm's fresh ingredients and a u-pick worm farm.

Have you ever wanted learning about raising chickens or harvesting honey? Well you're in luck as the scheduled talks will include such information among other interesting topics. Urban Farm Day will be held on Saturday, August 28, 10am-3pm and the 16 participating farms are as follows;

Brewster Street Farm 36 Brewster Street, Buffalo

Bolyard Garden 223 Broad Street, Tonawanda

Chris and Lisa’s Garden 112 Plymouth

Common Roots Urban Farm 309 Peckham, Buffalo

FeedMore WNY 91 Holt Street, Buffalo

5 Loaves Farm 1172 West Ave, Buffalo

Grassroots Gardens Broadway Community Garden, 389 Broadway, Buffalo

Groundwork Market Garden 1698 Genesee Street, Buffalo

Harris Garden 108 Landon Street, Buffalo

Kubed Root 33 Pannell Street, #1; Leroy/Elim area, Buffalo

Massachusetts Avenue Project 387 Massachusetts Avenue, Buffalo

Pelion Outdoor Classroom 206 Best Street, Buffalo

PUSH Buffalo 14th Street Garden 309 14th Street, Buffalo

Urban Fruits & Veggies 324 Glenwood Avenue, corner at Dupont

WestSide Tilth Farm 246 Normal Avenue, Buffalo

Wilson Street Urban Farm 360 Wilson Street, Buffalo

UB Food Lab (The Food System Planning and Healthy Communities Lab)

For more information and a schedule of activities, visit www.urbanfarmday.com.