A day with Joel Salatin and the 7th Annual Kitsap Grown Harvest Dinner, Sunday September 27th 2015.
The mission of KCAA is to provide education, resources, and advocacy for local agriculture on the Kitsap Peninsula. In keeping with these goals, we are proud to bring Joel Salatin – farmer, public speaker, writer, and advocate for local, sustainable and sensible agriculture to participate in an exciting series of events.
Throughout the day, Joel will meet with local young farmers, speak at an intimate brunch at beautiful Kiana Lodge, speak at and then participate in a panel on how to create a thriving local ecology and local economy at Bremerton High School and keynote KCAA’s Annual Kitsap Grown Harvest Dinner at Olympic College in Bremerton.
- Kiana Lodge Brunch, 10:30am-1:00pm – $50 per person
- Bremerton High School Performing Arts Center Panel Discussion, with Laura Ryser-WSU Extension Kitsap, Zach Wailand-Dharma Ridge Farms, and Jackie Cross-Tom Douglas Restaurants, 2:30-4:30pm – $15 per person
- Kitsap Grown Harvest Dinner (KGHD), Olympic College Bremer Student Center, Doors open at 4:00pm, Dinner from 5:00-7:00pm
Prices for Kitsap Grown Harvest Dinner (KGHD):
$45 per person, $5 off for KCAA members
$80 per couple, $10 off for KCAA members
$300 for a table of 8 (Includes 1 free membership/renewal to KCAA)
$20 per student/farm intern (must show proof of status)
Children 7 and under are free!
Become a member or renew your yearly membership and receive $10 off dinner for a couple, or $5 off of dinner for an individual, when you combine Dinner tickets and membership. Just click on “Enter a Password or Discount Code:” and type SignMeUp in the box and click “Show Available Tickets” to see the bundle prices.
Individual membership with 1 KGHD ticket – $60
Family Membership with 2 KGHD tickets – $105
Special bundle price for Bremerton High School Speaking Event and Kitsap Grown Harvest Dinner – $55
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Led by Chef Chris Plemmons (Olympic College Culinary Program, Two Snooty Chefs) the presentation that awaits our locally farmed produce and livestock is certain to be a culinary delight.
Also not to be missed this year is the Silent Auction which will feature an array of local products and services.
We look forward to celebrating and supporting our local farmers and culinary masters with you!