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:
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.
Our monthly potlucks have provided a platform for skillsharing and learning but they are usually very limited in scope due to time. These workshops are more in-depth, hands-on and comprehensive in presentation. Because of this, there is generally a fee for the ReSkill Workshops.
Events + Updates
This month we will be discussing: planning and suggestions for the forthcoming year! Please join us this month for a planning session where we’ll be discussing potential monthly topics, book suggestions, remote vs. in-person meetings, time of meeting and more.
Join us (Thurs. 1/4, 6:30-8:00pm) for a discussion about the author David Buchanan’s book ‘Taste, Memory: Forgotten Foods, Lost Flavors, and Why They Matter’. This conversation will revolve around preserving heirloom varieties of fruits and vegetables and why these historical breeds matter to the local food movement.
Join us Thursday, Dec. 7 (6:30-8:00pm) at the Bedford Central Library for an open forum looking at the national popular interest in homesteading and a return to country life from the early 1900’s to the 1960’s and 70’s.