BYO Lunch. Join the staff of Rushton Farm for an in-depth talk about the planning and planting process at Rushton Farm. Fred De Long, Director of the Community Farm Program at the Trust, will talk about seed selection, crop rotation and planning, and how agroecology informs the layout and structure of Rushton Farm. We will walk across the fields to the greenhouse to see this year’s newly planted seeds, so please bring your own lunch and dress for the weather.
Join Rushton Farm CSA Member and Integrative Health and Nutrition Coach Sandra Gargus as she helps us kick-off the holiday cooking season by learning to prepare some plant-based recipes to keep us nourished and fulfilled. Using Rushton Farm produce and other locally-sourced ingredients, Sandra will help us plan delicious holiday menus. $50/person.
We’re sorry. This event is Sold Out! Chef Donna Laveran is back with holiday comfort foods, prepared for guests in the Rushton Conservation Center Kitchen. As always, Donna will demonstrate how to make a delicious, three-course meal, with recipes you are guaranteed to reach for again and again in your own home kitchen. The evening is BYOB, $75/person.
School’s out for summer . . . STILL! That means there is still time for your teenager to learn a new skill, like farm-to-table cooking. Rushton Farm regular, Chef Donna Laveran, will teach teens, ages 13 through 18, how to prepare a farm-fresh meal featuring the best of the summer harvest. Teens will learn to cook with seasonal, local ingredients from Rushton Farm and prepare a memorable feast, while developing a lifelong appreciation for the bounty made possible through sustainable agriculture.
Menu to be determined based on the harvest calendar, so check back soon for an update. Due to our small class sizes and field-to-feast format, we may not be able to accommodate dietary restrictions.
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Dr. Wendy Romig, Doctor of Clinical Nutrition of Sage Integrative Health, is back by popular demand, this time with her sell-out seminar on Women’s Health and Wellness. Dr. Romig takes a plant-based approach to health and nutrition, and she will coach us on embracing a more natural path toward healing illness and achieving optimal health.
Women’s health issues are complex and very individual. Learn natural approaches to addressing a wide range of imbalances affecting women. We’ll explore herbal remedies, nutrition and lifestyle interventions that will help you feel your best at any age. Whether you are currently experiencing a women’s health issue or are curious about preventive measures for wellness as you age, you’ll learn herbal remedies for specific women’s health issues, the effects of nutrition on a woman’s body, and how to regain and maintain health and vitality.
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