Kitsap Grown Harvest Dinner

Kitsap Grown Harvest Dinner

The Kitsap Community and Agriculture Alliance invites you to join us for our 10th Annual Kitsap Grown Harvest Dinner. This fabulous, fun, tasty, and informative event will be September 30th, at the Bremer Student Center on the Olympic College Bremerton campus. Doors open at 4pm and dinner is served at 5:30pm.

The top chefs of Kitsap County will join chef Chris Plemmons, (culinary arts director at Olympic college) to create a spectacular and diverse menu from Kitsap County farms and food providers. The evening will include a keynote address, “Feeding the Future – Cultivating the Next Generation of Kitsap Farmers,” presented by Sam Maupin of Davis Farm and The Brothers Greenhouses.

There will be a free panel discussion on this topic prior to the dinner in the Rotunda adjacent to the Bremer Student Center.

Tickets:
$45 / person
$80 / couple
$300 / table
$30 / Student, Farmer, Intern
Children 7 & under Free

To purchase tickets please visit https://kghd.brownpapertickets.com/


This event supports the Kitsap Community & Agricultural Alliance in its effort to build a stronger local food network and the next generation of farmers, through resources, education, and advocacy for local agriculture in Kitsap County.

More about this years Keynote Speaker – Sam Maupin:

Sam Maupin is an advocate for sustainable farming and gardening. He grew up on the Davis Farm in Belfair, working with his grandparents, Tom and Irene, who set a strong example for work ethic and community engagement. His mother, Marilyn hired him to work at the Brothers Greenhouses while he was in high school, and an interest in greenhouses led him to a horticulture degree from WSU. His education opened up opportunities to work at different commercial greenhouses in Western Washington, intern at a research station in Holland, and volunteer with his wife, Elise, at an educational farm in Costa Rica. A spiritual devotion to his ancestral homeland brought Sam and his wife back to Kitsap in 2012 where they had their son, Issac. Today Sam still volunteers with his family at the Davis Farm, raising livestock and produce. He is also available to the community at the Brothers Greenhouses, where he enjoys growing plants and helping gardeners make healthy landscape decisions. Sam’s experiences instructing karate and studying leadership help give him confidence as an advocate for farmers and gardeners everywhere.


Make sure and check out past years dinner photographs! 

2017 Harvest Dinner: Check out Dear Life, Photography’s amazing photo collection for pictures from the 2017 Dinner!

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