Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Food for Thought: Eating in Season

Country folk and urbanites alike are invited to spend a fall evening communing with nature and discussing how to keep eating fresh and local and still be in sync with the Earth’s tilt toward
Join us in the pavilion at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, 8480 Hagy's Mill Road, Thursday, Sept. 18, at 6:30 p.m.
This campfire conversation will challenge
assumptions about what’s fresh and local as fall approaches and the main summer growing season ends.
--Amanda Pfeiffer is a Philadelphia-based food writer and fermenter. Her blog, Phickle, is home to the sour
skinny about what’s up in the world of fermentation.
--Weavers Way Farms Manager Nina Berryman
--Ryan Kuck has been with Greensgrow Farms for seven years. He currently runs Greensgrow's Mobile Market and West Philadelphia operations. Greensgrow, considered a champion of successful urban farming, is based in Kensington and opened a new location this year in West Philadelphia.
And of course, there will be food. Enjoy wine and beer and an appetizer spread loaded with foods harvested and produced locally.
Tickets ($20) are available for purchase ateatinginseason.brownpapertickets.com. Weavers
Way, Henry Got Crops CSA shareholders and Schuylkill Center members get half off using the code MemberFall14

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