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:

 

L&T Monthly 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.

Land & Table book clubs

BOOK CLUBS

We love books! Books have played an important role for many of us in our journey to embracing regenerative agriculture, eating local, and self-reliant living. If you love reading join us for the monthly L&T Book Club (1st Thurs.)!

Land & Table workshops

WORKSHOPS

Our monthly potlucks have provided a platform for skillsharing and learning but they are usually very limited in scope due to time. We want to host and facilitate more in-depth workshops on topics that we often cover in our monthly potlucks. Having something you want to teach? Coming in 2023!

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Events + Updates

Homestead Gardening Forum | Bedford (3/21)

Homestead Gardening Forum | Bedford (3/21)

Join us for an open ‘Homestead Gardening’ forum and community potluck on Tuesday, March 21 (6-8pm) at the Sedalia Center in northern Bedford County. With food prices continuing to climb and inflation rising, the family garden has become more important than ever. Whether you live in an urban, rural, or suburban setting, now is the time to take your garden to the next level.

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