Events

Land and Table offers frequent events to connect, educate, and inspire new agrarians, young farmers, homesteaders, local food lovers, and anyone interested in self-reliant living and regenerative agriculture.

Since late 2011 we have been hosting monthly potlucks at various farms, cultural centers, and other venues around the Lynchburg, Virginia region.

We are currently working on expanding the events we offer. Check out below some opportunities to get engaged:

 

Land & Table potlucks

POTLUCKS

We’ve been hosting monthly potlucks for over a decade! Join us on the evening of the third Tuesday of the month (Bedford County) or the third Saturday of the month (Amherst) for networking, community building, skillsharing, forums, work parties, topical presentations, and more.

L&T Book Club

L&T BOOK CLUB

This book club is a way to engage with the core ideas and topics important to the local food movement. The L&T Book Club is currently on pause, but you can check out our previous books from the Bedford County and Lynchburg area libraries.

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ReSkill workshops by Land & Table

WORKSHOPS

ReSkill workshops are intensive learning environments for homesteaders, homegrowers, farmers, and anyone looking to reclaim the agrarian skills needed for a more food secure, resilient life.

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Events + Updates

Glorious Mead w/ Graham Ordinary | Sedalia (May 21)

Glorious Mead w/ Graham Ordinary | Sedalia (May 21)

Join us for our monthly Land & Table potluck on Tuesday, May 21 (6-8pm) at Mountain Run Farm. We will be hearing from John Graham of Graham Ordinary, a unique lodge and meadery. Hear about the history of mead, the modern mead making process, keeping honey bees, and the story behind their family’s mountain lodge and meadery here in Bedford County.

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