Sunday, September 11, 11am-6pm
Join us for a day celebrating sustainable agriculture, slow food and New York family farms.
Epworth Camp, High Falls, Mid-Hudson Valley, NY
General admission $5. Ages 12 & under free.
Info: http://www.sunstoneherbs.com/festival/ or call (845) 687-8938.
Celebrity Chef Competition: 12-3pm. Tasting tickets $2
Music all day
Old-fashioned Pickle-Making the Lacto-Fermented Way
Heritage Breed Farm Animals
Real Milk Roundtable
Community Supported Agriculture
Solar Electricity powered music & demo
Renewable Resource Info
Plenty of educational and fun kids activities
Sponsored in part by the Weston A Price Foundation, Minetta Brook, Slow Food, NYSERDA, Organic Valley & the Rondout Valley Growers Association
Family Farm Festival 2005
Schedule of Events
Story Laurie 12:00PM and 3:00 PM
Jessica Koock 1:00PM and 4:00 PM
Keeping a Family Cow w/Debra Tyler of Local Farm, Cornwall Bridge, CT
Community Supported Agriculture w/Dan Guenther, Brook Farm Project
Pickle-Making the Lacto-Fermented Way
w/Seth Travins, pickle-maker, Hawthorne Valley Farm,
Ghent, NY 3:00PM
Biotechnology (GMOs): w/Paul Bermanzohn, NY State Against Genetic
Farm Audits: Energy-Efficient Farming Technologies
w/NY State Energy Research & Development Authority
CELEBRITY CHEF COMPETITION: 12-3pm
Regional chefs prepare a “taste” of locally raised grass fed meat.
Tasting tickets $2 each.
Aroma Thyme Bistro and Valley Farmers Beef
Culinary Institute of America and Skate Creek Farm Pork
New World Home Cooking and Skate Creek Farm Beef
Hickory BBQ & Smokehouse and Skyland Farm Goat
Locust Tree and Eklund Farms Chicken
MUSIC: Noon till ….
The Buvas: Old Time Music.
The Gravikord Duo: New Folk Chamber Jazz Fusion.
The Big Sky Ensemble: Where African meets jazz in the house of the avant-garde.
Elizabeth Clark: An eclectic marriage of female vocal and upright harp.
Traditional West African Music: Traditional West African instruments with an emphasis on agriculturally-related music & dance.