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Hoot! Benefit Dinner

From Farm Aid To FarmOn! Lukas Nelson & POTR

Chef Jamie Bissonnette

Food Sourced Locally From Family Farms

Without The Bees Or Farmers – We Won’t Eat!

Ronnybrook Farm Is The Face Of Dairy Farming

Empire Farm

Empire Farm

FarmOn! at Empire Farm located in Copake NY is an Academy for Agriculture inviting the community to experience how to eat and providing educational scholarships for students to learn the business of food on a working farm.

Farm Kids

What We Fund

Kids love Camp FarmOn! We give Milk Money to make lunchrooms smarter, build a connection to seed + soil and educate youth in local economies as the next generation to feed us good food from family farms. Get involved with the future of food.

Events

How We Fund

You make this possible! Sponsor, host an event or attend one to meet your farmer with influencers and celebrity chefs. Experience eating better and support our important work. All proceeds benefit FarmOn! Foundation 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Hootenanny 2014
 

FarmOn! Gotham: May 16, 2016

Gotham Bar and Grill, NYC

FarmOn! Gotham - FarmOn! is teaming up with Gotham Bar and Grill in NYC to host a night of fundraising fun! Empire Farm Ag-Academy will be custom growing for Gotham Bar and Grill during the 2016 season. this is a chance for Gotham customers to be connected to local eating at Gotham Bar and Grill in a caused based culinary event with like influencers.

Adult Ticket - $500

A grazing event with local food and libations including live music, and a chance to win Singapore Airline first class tickets!

VIP Ticket - $750

All inclusive Adult ticket + VIP Taittinger Champagne hour 6-7pm and meet your host!

Farmer Sponsor - $1,000

Sponsor a Hudson Valley family farmer to attend the event!

Can’t Come? Support the FarmOn! Foundation even without attending and enlist your name in our gratitude bag!

 

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No refunds. No exceptions. Proceeds benefit the FarmOn! Foundation.
Meet Your Farmer Meet Your Farmer in Columbia-Greene Media - Hudson Valley’s local Hudson-Catskill newspapers like the Register-Star.
Tessa Edick