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Where: Hand Melon Farm , 533 Wilbur Ave., Greenwich, NY 12834 (US).
Date: 02 Aug, 2018
Time: 5:30 pm -   9:00 pm
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Event description:

Invitation for FFS 2017 - CopyJoin us as we celebrate our farming community and conservation leaders for their commitment to protecting our area's irreplaceable agricultural resources on Thursday, August 2nd at Hand Melon Farm.

We will gather at 5:30 pm for local cheese, beer and wine. We will enjoy a local farm-grown supper featuring three bountiful courses prepared by the Chef's Consortium.

Please help us honor the following conservation leaders: The American Battlefield Trust, GEM Farms, Iroquois Valley Farms, Landview Farms, Richview Farms, Scenic Hudson Land Trust, SherMar Farm, Simply Grazin', Thomas Organic Dairy, Tilldale Farm, Town of Fort Ann, Beth Clark, Noel Hanf, John Moore, Erika Sellar Ryan.

 

Event is held rain or shine.

 

 

 

 

 

 Thanks to our sponsors for the event: 

Cambridge Valley Machining

Salem Farm Supply

Currin Compliance Services, Inc.

Archdale Agricultural Products, LLC

Brown's Brewing Company

Chestnut Ridge Stable

Hand Melon Farm

Harris-Pero Legal Counsel, PLLC

PHKB CPAs

Victory View Vineyard

 

Registration options:
Add to cart Qty Ticket Name Ticket Price
I/we cannot attend but wish to support ASA's farmland conservation work $ 10.00
Dinner Ticket $ 75.00
Table of 8
( please email your attendee list to katie@agstewardship.org by July 31. )
$ 600.00

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