GREENWICH, N.Y. — Join the Agricultural Stewardship Association (ASA) for the Forever Farmland Supper, a farm-to-table dinner celebrating local farmland conservation at the Hand Melon Farm in Greenwich. The event will be held rain or shine on Saturday, July 20th at 4:00 pm.
The Forever Farmland Supper is ASA’s evening to honor the families who have made a gift to our community by conserving their land. The menu features foods sourced from local farms at the height of the growing season and promises to be a sumptuous celebration of the bounty our farmers provide.
4:00 pm – Cocktail Hour
5:30 pm – Locally Grown Farm Supper
6:15 pm – Celebration of Conservation Leaders
7:00 pm – Live auction
The Forever Farmland Supper is catered by the Chefs’ Consortium, a group of dynamic chefs dedicated to sharing the joys of local foods. The evening will also feature a live and silent auction for some one-of-a-kind experiences.
Tickets are $75 per person and are available online at www.AgStewardship.org/events.
2019 Honorees include: GEM Farm, Hepatica Farm, Manx Station Farm, Mapledale Farm, Katherine & Hugh Roome, Schmidt Farm, Sugar Bush Farm, Wagner Farms, Travis Allen, Cindy Parillo, Sean Quinn and Mary Ellen Williams
Thank you to the following generous sponsors for their support: Salem Farm Supply, Currin Compliance Services, Inc., Fingerpaint, Hand Melon Farm, Brown’s Brewing Company, Bunker Hill Organic Creamery, Cambridge Valley Machining, Farm Credit East, Foster Falconry LLC, Victory View Vineyard, Archdale Agricultural Products, Capital Tractor, Inc., Judith Klingebiel, CPA and Maple Abstract & Realty Corporation
Honorary Committee: David and Carolyn Fleming, Al Garner and Annie Paulsen, Phil Gitlen and Melody Mackenzie, Terry Griffin and Peter Deming, Dave and Margaret Horn, Annie Jennings Weber and John Weber, Margaret Jones and Cailie Currin, Diane Kennedy, Connie Kheel, Katherine & Hugh Roome, Meg and Rob Southerland, Chris Truso, Alex and Marine Zagoreos
ASA was founded 29 years ago as a non-profit land trust focusing on farmland conservation in Washington and Rensselaer counties. Today, ASA has conserved 22,328 acres and 133 farms. For more information visit www.agstewardship.org
–Agricultural Stewardship Association
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