Farm to Table Series Reimagined

 

COVID-19 Update: We will follow updated Maine CDC guidelines for all 2021 Farm to Table events, including masking, distancing, and sanitizing protocols. 

 

Announcing Our Season

We are thrilled to share that we will be holding several small, unique events this season that will allow us to safely gather, enjoy delicious local food, and reconnect both with each other and our mission. At the same time, we know that many of our neighbors continue to struggle to put food on their tables, and in 2021 we will continue to work with Freeport Community Services and Cooking for Community to meet this need.

Your support of this year’s Farm to Table Series Reimagined will not only keep Wolfe’s Neck Center strong, but it will also get farm-fresh produce and meats to those in our community who really need it. 

Join the Farm to Table Host Committee

With a renewed excitement, we invite you to join our 2021 Farm to Table Host Committee. Your involvement helps us to feed our community in meaningful ways while supporting our work of training farmers, soil health research, and connecting people to the source of their food.

Our 2021 Farm to Table Series is generously supported by:

“Wolfe’s Neck Center is one of the primary reasons I moved to Freeport so many years ago. Now, I am so pleased to support this once-in-a-generation investment in WNC. The rolling pastures, the shoreline, and the wooded trails are a source of comfort and inspiration for so many, and the hands-on experiences that visitors get when they are here help them to better understand how farming impacts their health, our economy, and the environment. The transformation of the facilities here will deepen Wolfe’s Neck Center’s impact and ensure that future of this incredible place is strong.”

Tom Whelan, Campaign Co-Chair and President, Bath Savings Trust Company

Feeding Our Neighbors

We know that many of our neighbors struggle to put food on their tables, especially in the wake of the pandemic.  Building on the success of last season, we will increase our donations to local food pantries and increase awareness around food insecurity. Working with Freeport Community Services and Cooking for Community, we will donate fresh produce and pasture raised meat to people in our area dealing with food insecurity.

This year, we are also offering unique opportunities for our Farm to Table supporters to actively get their hands dirty to help get fresh produce to our neighbors in need. 

Farm to Table Events

Enjoy a delicious meal using ingredients fresh off the farm prepared by our talented restaurant partners, and paired with delicious local beer and spirits. One-hundred people maximum; some events will feature two seatings of 50.

Big Tree Hospitality: June 26

Saturday from 5-8pm
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Chaval: July 22

Thursday from 5-8pm

Gather: September 19

Sunday from 12-3pm

Big Tree Hospitality: June 26

Saturday from 5-8pm

Saturday, June 26: Summer Feast with Big Tree Hospitality, 5-8pm

Sip & Savor

New this year! Learn something new and try unique flavors at these hands-on tasting adventures with local producers and chefs. Maximum of 40 people.

New England Distilling: July 15

Thursday from 5:30-7pm
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New England Distilling: August 12

Thursday from 5:30-7pm

Love Point Oysters & Maine Beer Company: August 19

Thursday from 5:30-7pm
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New England Distilling: July 15

Thursday from 5:30-7pm

Join us for a cocktail class with New England Distilling on Thursday, July 15 from 5:30-7pm.

Love Point Oysters & Maine Beer Company: August 19

Thursday from 5:30-7pm

Thursday, August 19th: Oyster Shucking Class and Tasting with Love Point Oysters and Maine Beer Company: 5:30-7pm

2021 Farm to Table Partners

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