North Olympic Land Trust is excited to announce the annual Friends of the Fields Harvest Dinner is slated for Sunday, Sept. 17.
For the 18th year, we invite you to come together with your community for a multicourse meal made by local chefs from local ingredients. Per tradition, this event is a celebration in support of farmland conservation. To exemplify the importance of local farmland and the passion of those that farm, this year’s Harvest Dinner theme is “Know the Hands that Feed You”.
Reflective of the theme, seven local chefs will each be preparing a course that highlight a Clallam County farm. Additionally, guests will enjoy a silent auction consisting of all things food and experiences from behind the scene tours of local farms to guided fly-fishing trips.
Join us for this incredible dinner and help protect farmland and all that it provides, including access to the locally grown food, open space and wildlife habitat. Proceeds from Harvest Dinner are instrumental in the Land Trust’s ongoing effort to conserve the lands that define this place. North Olympic Land Trust has worked with willing landowners and the community to conserve more than 520 acres of active farmland, including more than a dozen farms.
Among our current conservation goals is a 132-acre farm in eastern Clallam County known as Wonderland & The 80. Wonderland & The 80 is one of the largest remaining swaths of land in active agriculture, and you can help keep it that way! To learn more about some of the other lands we’ve helped to conserve, visit “Where We Work.”
Tickets are $125 per person, or $150 after September 5th. Tables seat 9 guests. Buy 8 tickets and get the 9th one free!
Tickets go quickly and won’t be sold at the door.
Please note: Although the dinner does include some gluten free-, vegetarian- and vegan-friendly options, not all courses will satisfy dietary restrictions.
Many thanks to our Harvest Gold and Harvest Bounty sponsors: