Local newspaper reporter Amy Trent and photographer Jill Nance began attending our monthly gatherings and visiting with the farms in our network to tell the story of Land and Table. After several months the story finally hit the newsstands…
Join us for this month’s Land and Table potluck gathering, Tuesday, October 18 (5-8pm) at urban farm Lynchburg Grows. We will be hearing from Christina Delzingaro, CEO of The Free Clinic of Central Virginia and Community Access Network – about their good work to provide access to healthcare for the uninsured and underinsured. We will also hear from Lynchburg Grows… Read more →
Our Modern agriculture and our modern way of life is at odds with creation on many levels. But what if we can learn how to live in harmony with the ecosystems we find ourselves in? Could rewilding portions of our farms and rural land be an answer for some of our greatest struggles? Join us Tuesday, September 20th (5-8pm) at… Read more →
The wisdom of cultivating soil health has been a long neglected and misunderstood aspect of agriculture in modern times. Animal health, crop health and human health are all dependent on the soil. Join us Tuesday, August 16 (5 to 8pm) for a farm tour, potluck and an insightful discussion with Brent Wills, farmer and soil consultant, as he discusses how… Read more →
The Lynchburg area local food movement continues to flourish and young farmers are at the forefront! Join us July 19 (5-8pm) for our monthly Land and Table potluck and farm tour with Michael Grantz and Arden Jones of Great Day Gardens in Forest/Lynchburg and learn about all the great things they have growing.
Join us for our monthly networking potluck coming up next Tuesday, June 21 (5:00 to 8:00pm) at Mountain Run Farm in northern Bedford County. All are welcome! We’ll be talking with our friend and local beekeeper Ted Falls.
The next Land and Table networking potluck and open forum will feature Grassroots Local Market co-op talking about their vision and how to get involved…
This coming Tuesday, April 19 (5-8pm) we will gather at Camp Sedalia at Mountain Run Farm in Bedford County for our monthly potluck gathering.
At this month’s Land and Table gathering (which is next week!) we will be eating together and holding a “reunion” forum – catching up after the long Winter and finding out what you are looking forward to this Spring with a few questions (so keep these in mind and come ready to share)
This year’s 17th annual VABF conference (in collaboration with Virginia Cooperative Extension, and Virginia State University) will be held January 29-30 at the W.E. Skelton 4-H Conference Center at Smith Mountain Lake.
We will continue our winter break this month as we ease into the new year. Though we will not be hosting a January potluck gathering we want to hear from you about the kind of forum topics, mini-workshops, skill-sharing sessions, guest-speakers, and work parties that you would like to see us focus on this year.
Our friends over at Great Day Gardens in Forest, Virginia are seeking a farm intern for the summer of 2016.
We are gathering on Tuesday, Nov. 17 (4 to 7pm) with a wood fired, cob oven baked, PIZZA SOCIAL! Just bring cheese for shredding and a topping or two to share.