Dandelion Seeds Series
This winter, the Yellow Farmhouse is hosting an adult program series designed to explore the past, present, and future of our local food system. The series will include three keynotes, workshops, cooking classes, a community dinner, and more.
Maritime historian Matthew McKenzie will share insights on the historical, cultural, economic, and environmental importance of the fishing industry in Southeastern Connecticut.
Rachel Beth Sayet is an anthropologist, indigenous educator, and chef with deep knowledge of the culinary traditions of the Mohegan tribe. In this session, she will illustrate how food can be a window into culture and her perspective on the importance of food sovereignty.
Karen Washington of Rise & Root Farm will talk about the power of food to galvanize a community and will share lessons learned from nearly four decades of community organizing for food justice.
Check back soon for more details.
Private Group Cooking Classes
Gather a group of friends to roll up your sleeves, sample farm-fresh produce, and learn some new recipes. The class culminates in a small shared meal and can be scheduled as a brunch, lunch or early dinner.
Private classes are $200 for up to 8 people. Includes a farm tour and a light seasonal meal. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to reserve your date. Click here to purchase.