Maybe all the noise about sustainable, local cuisine has finally landed on your brain in a way that makes you wonder, well, maybe I should plant a garden? Or perhaps you’re already working to put away a thriving veggie harvest, and now you’re considering cultivating your own honey, or installing a passel of chickens. Whatever your level of commitment — or if you’re just coming to gawk at the urban farmers and eat great food, buy a few plants, and enjoy the free music — Seattle Tilth’s Harvest Fair is the place to meet and learn from those greener than thou. All-day talks feature topics like mini-goat farming, composting, and growing lettuce in your studio apartment.Saturday, Sept. 12,10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free.Location: Meridian Park (behind the Good Shepherd Center), 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N., 633-0451, seattletilth.org.For more food events like this plus restaurant gossip and date night ideas, check out our weekly, Big Bites e-newsletter sent out every Tuesday. Sign up here and we promise we won’t send you a bunch of spam.