Earlier this months, Three Part Harmony Farm was part of Bustin’ Loose, a party in support of autonomous urban agriculture projects in DC (click here to check out the new video with some of the presentations during Bustin’ Loose). Xavier Brown of the Green Scheme was also involved in the party, which became a great networking opportunity for people from all over the city, who are involved in food justice issues. The Green Scheme is now organizing for Code Green, a big event in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of Washington, DC and has invited Three Part Harmony Farm to participate. The event on Saturday, July 28 from 10am – 3pm (400 50 Street NE) is centered around the creation of a community garden as an avenue for people in Lincoln Heights to cultivate their own vegetables. Code Green will also include a community brainstorm about food deserts in Ward 7, food, live music, a DJ, face painting and a moon bounce. Three Part Harmony Farm is going to set up a farm stand with fresh locally grown produce and information about urban farming in the District.