Fall Harvest Celebration

Keynote Speaker: Patricia Klindienst, author of
The Earth Knows My Name: Food, Culture and Sustainability in the Gardens of Ethnic Americans

November 4, 2006
Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Jones Auditorium - New Haven, Connecticut

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Schedule of Events

10:00-1:00 Organic farmers market, displays and music

This is great opportunity to stock up on the delicious bounty from NOFA farmers who usually bring potatoes, onions, garlic, squash, greens, apples, cider, eggs, maple syrup, wool, yarn and much more to sell.

Guitarist Glenn Roth will play. The New Haven Advocate writes that Roth is “one of those guitarists that you start watching and two seconds into it your jaw is on the floor. Expect a jazzy, fingerstyle guitar sound.”

12:00-1:30 Pot luck lunch

One of the most delicious meals you’ll have. Bring something you like to make and share and the recipe or a description. It doesn’t have to be all organic or vegetarian. Something from your farm or garden is always appreciated. Please bring your own plate, cup and utensils in order to minimize paper and plastic waste. We will provide beverages.

1:30 –2 Annual meeting

We will report on the year’s activities, elect officers and board members and get input from members.

2:00 –3 The Earth Knows My Name: Food Culture and Sustainability in the Gardens of Ethnic Americans

Author Patricia Klindienst will share what she learned in writing this book. She is an engaging and inspiring speaker.

3:00 CT NOFA Member of the Year award presentation

 

For more information: Call the CT NOFA phone (203) 888-5146 or email ctnofa@ctnofa.org.

To participate in the Farmers Market, contact James Roby, 860 828-5548.


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PO Box 164 • Stevenson, CT 06491

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