BERKSHIRE CHEFS CELEBRATE THE FIRST HARVEST OF THE SEASON AT BERKSHIRE GROWN’S MARCH MAPLE DINNER ON MONDAY MARCH 23, 2015
Berkshire Grown chefs will create a maple-inspired dinner on Monday March 23, at Cranwell Resort in Lenox, MA to celebrate maple sugaring season, the first harvest of the growing season, as a fundraiser to benefit Berkshire Grown and its Share the Bounty project.
Hors d’oeuvres, accompanied by a complimentary tasting of local beverages provided by No. Six Depot – coffee, Barrington Brewery, Berkshire Mountain Distillers Big Elm Brewing & M.S. Walker Wines, will begin at 6 pm. Dinner starts at 7 pm and a cash bar will be available.
Tickets to the dinner are $125 per person. Berkshire Grown members will receive a discounted ticket price of $100. Berkshire Grown member farmers receive a discounted ticket price of $65. Community members who join Berkshire Grown before the dinner may purchase tickets at the discounted member price. To reserve a space, call the Berkshire Grown office at 413-528-0041.
Keep Farmers Farming!
Berkshire Grown supports and promotes local agriculture as a vital part of the Berkshire community, economy and landscape.
We do this by…
- Advocating for farmers
- Supporting good agricultural practices
- Fostering Education and Outreach
- Food accessibility for the community
- Farm to table networking
- Promoting locally grown and produced food
- OUR VISION: Berkshire Grown is the “go to” network linking farmers and the Berkshire community. Through events, workshops, promotions, advocacy and education highlighting locally grown and produced food, Berkshire Grown helps to create a thriving local food economy.
Share the Bounty buys shares in local CSA farms, helping the farmers; then Berkshire Grown arranges to have that farm-fresh food delivered to a local food pantry, helping some of the many hungry families who live amongst us. Helping farmers + helping hungry families = the goal of Share the Bounty. Every dollar donated to Share the Bounty works two ways, it’s a win-win.
Photo of maple trees by Jonathan Hankin.