Enjoy a four-course, locally-sourced dinner prepared and served by Origins Café and the Otsego Youth Food Movement on Wednesday, November 2 at 6:30 p.m. at The Farmers' Museum in Cooperstown. Dinner will be accompanied by a conversation with the Leonard sisters, co-owners of Origins Café in Cooperstown, on how we can create a local food network that reduces our carbon footprint and supports the health of the global community. The event is a prelude to the museum's annual conference on agriculture, this year focusing on climate change and how it affects local farmers.
Tickets to the dinner and talk are $40 per person. Advance reservations are required - please call Barbara Luhmann at (607) 547-1461. Payment will be accepted at the door - cash or check only.
This event is a a prelude to our Conference on Food & Farming: Climate Change & Its Impact on Farming in Central New York.