Amidst the hubbub and insanity of life, we forget what living and eating in Sonoma County is really about. So let me remind you: It’s about authenticity. It’s about where things are grown and how they’re grown. It’s about farm markets and farmers and ranchers with dirt under their nails and callouses from years of impossibly hard work.
The Late Harvest Farm Forum brings food and farming in Sonoma County to the forefront. The event is hosted by Clark Wolf and March Smothers as part of the Sonoma County Food & Farming Project.
Held at the SRJC Culinary Center (1670 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa), this final discussion of the year includes speakers Jennifer Bice (Redwood Hill Creamery), Ziggy Eschilman (wine expert and personality), Wendy Krupnick (food and garden teacher), Gaye LeBaron (columnist0, Serge Labesque (bee keeper), Chuck Levine (Jack London State Park board member), Mo McElroy (tourism professional) Rian Reed (Slow/Green money advisor), Jim Reichardt (Liberty Ducks) and Michael Salinger (SRJC Culinary Director).
Nov. 15, 2012, 5-7:30pm, suggested donation, $15.