Yuma Lettuce Days in Arizona
By The Grit Staff | Dec 9, 2014
Lettuce Days will sprout up, down on the farm soon. The annual “feastival” that celebrates the area’s agricultural abundance will take place February 28 through March 1 at the University of Arizona’s Yuma Agricultural Center, a working research farm in the Yuma Valley just west of the town. The event typically features celebrity chefs and cooking demonstrations, entertainment, a giant salad bar, and a farmers’ market. For more information, visit the Yuma Lettuce Days website.
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