Brighton Shares the Harvest believes everybody should have access to affordable, fresh, healthy, locally grown food and provides food assistance to area residents. The organization receives a 20 percent rebate on seed orders placed through their website.
Be sure to stop by the Brighton Chamber Visitor Center for maps and more things to do while in town. Stop into the city's Historical Museum in City Hall, and then visit historic downtown for shopping, breweries and eateries, including great homemade cinnamon rolls at Main Street Cafe and nitro cold brew coffee at Creative U.
The park definitely merits more than one visit! Pay $9 per vehicle to get into the park and explore the many wonders of nature, with activities including birding, stand-up paddleboarding, canoeing and kayaking. Two-hour paddleboard rentals are just $30.