Eco3 Urban Farm Events

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Saturdays at the Farm

The growing season has begun, and the Eco3 Urban Farm is open for visitors! Join us every Saturday. Stop by anytime between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. for volunteering, learning, and fun activities for all ages.

We recommend visitors bring closed-toed shoes, sun protection, water bottles, and snacks. See you there!

Grid of photos showing people at the farm. From top right to bottom left: Boy holds up bouquet of flowers; Person picks blackcurrants; Handful of strawberries; People paint mural of flowers onto the storage pod; Person helps a child with a bingo game; Two people smile and pose with large squash.

How to Get There

The Eco3 Urban Farm is on the Lake Superior College campus. 

Map showing how to get to the Eco3 Urban Farm. By car, take 35 past the main entrance to Lake Superior College, turn left on Coffee Creek Rd, turn left again, and follow the road past the H building to the Farm. By bus, walk or roll from bus stop through Lake Superior College campus past the H building to the Farm.

This map shows the easiest way to get to the Farm.

By car: Take Highway 53 past Lake Superior College main entrance. Turn left on Coffee Creek Blvd, then follow the roads left past the Health and Sciences building to the Farm entrance. Parking is available at the entrance to the Farm and along the road to the Farm gate.

By bus, May 20 update: Unfortunately, the 107 bus route is not currently running on the weekends due to low DTA staffing. We will update this page as soon as the service resumes. 

The address for the Farm is 2101 Trinity Rd, Duluth, MN. 

The Farm is also marked on Google Maps under the name “Ecolibrium3 Urban Farm.”

Find Out the Latest

Always stay up to date on our farm and food programs!

Have questions about our farm events? Email us at or call our office at 218-336-1038.

Adults and kids gather around goats in a pen

Family Fun at the Farm

Things have been busy at the Eco3 Urban Farm! On Saturday June 1, we had special visitors at the Farm; a small herd of goats and some adorable baby chicks. See what’s growing at the Farm and plan your visit!

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