Farn to Fork

The Fayette County Farm Bureau is looking forward to hosting its seventh annual Farm to Fork dinner Saturday, July 8, 2023, under a tent in the parking lot of the Fayette County Economic Development Center. This year Farm to Fork Goes to Town to promote local farmers and producers and recognize local celebrity chefs to raise money to benefit our Fayette County community.

Over the past six years, Fayette County Farm Bureau has donated over $56,000 back to philanthropy partners. We are proud to announce that we are partnering with the Miami Trace FFA Chapter for the 2023 Farm to Fork Goes to Town. In years past, Miami Trace FFA has been a large part of the success of Farm to Fork. Without their help we would not be able to host such a prominent event for our community. Fayette County Farm Bureau is excited to partner with our local chapter so their vision of an agriculture facility at the high school can be accomplished in the future.

Join us at 6 p.m. for our hands-on activity with our local producers and enjoy live music. Dinner to follow at 7 p.m. with food provided by our local chefs.

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