Join us Tuesday, October 15 (6-8pm) at the Sedalia Center in northern Bedford County, for our October RootStock potluck. These monthly gatherings are a great way to network with other ecological farmers, new agrarians, homesteaders, organic gardeners, and local food lovers in the the greater Lynchburg region. We will be hearing from Brent Wills, president of the Virginia Association For Biological Farming (VABF).

Brent Wills farms with his wife Anna and kids at Bramble Hollow Farm in Montvale – with a focus on pastured poultry and pork – celebrating 15 years. Brent is also the president of the Virginia Association for Biological Farming, a statewide organization with a mission to educate about, advocate for, and promote organic and biological farming and gardening.

Brent will be discussing ways to get involved with VABF, and will highlight their upcoming conference – the 21st Annual Virginia Biological Farming Conference, to be held in Roanoke, Virginia in January 2020.



– Bring a friend.

– A healthy dish to share. If food is homemade include an index card with your ingredients if possible (but not necessary).

– Your own dishware / utensils/ cups.

– Your financial support is welcome (see below under Cost).

(This is an indoor event)

Latecomers welcome. This is a family friendly event. Children of all ages are welcome but must be supervised. Bring quieter games or activities to keep young ones occupied during group talking or presentation time. Thank you!

Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019 (6-8pm)
We will begin with announcements and intros, start eating between 6:15 and 6:30pm, and then will hear from Brent Wills, VABF president, and farmer.

The Sedalia Center (northern Bedford County), 1108 Sedalia School Rd Big Island, VA 24526

Cost: FREE – but there will be a jar for tips. (Help us keep these events going!). Merch will be available for sale. Round ‘Grow Local, Eat Local’ bumper stickers: $5.00. Other stickers available. Cash only.

Please RSVP. Let Us Know You’re Coming!

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