NEWS & EVENTS
The FLCB Board of Directors meets every third Monday of the month from 9:30-11:30 at the Seneca County Cooperative Extension office in Waterloo (Directions).
Occasionally, we change the date or location, depending on the needs of the meeting. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend a meeting and we will get you the most current information.
Good Karma Networking Meeting Panel Discussion to Support Local Products, Farmers, Distribution and More Held in Geneva: Local Flavor, Making it Farm to Table presented by Finger Lakes Culinary Bounty (FLCB) with support from The Karma Sauce Company
Purchase tickets online here:
Or, RSVP and pay at the door by emailing email@example.com. Description: The public and FLCB members are welcome to attend this luncheon and panel discussion to learn how “farm-to-table” works from a panel of experts representing all parts of the process. Talk with growers, farmers, small producers, distributors and local support systems. And finally see the end result of local flavor with restaurants and retailers utilizing local products. Finger Lakes Culinary Bounty (a.k.a. FLCB) is a 501(c)3 membership organization committed to promoting local food and products that define the region’s cuisine and communities. Panel Speakers Include:
- Thom Trause, producer of Ithaca Soy, which is distributed by Regional Access.
- Klaas Martens, a local Organic Grain Farmer who has his product in NYC markets for restaurant use.
- Brent Maynard of ilovenyfarms.com, an alternative way of distribution.
- Alexandra Smith, Entrepreneurial Support from the Tech Farm in Geneva on supporting local producers startups.
- Isabel Bogadtke and Christopher Bates of F.L.X. Wienery in Dundee, which utilizes various local food products.
- Ben Whickham of Bostrom Farms, meat farmer and local retailer owner himself.
- Dana Stafford of Regional Access, Large Distributor in the Finger Lakes Region.
Where: Ventosa Vineyards, 3440 New York 96A, Geneva, NY 14456. When: Monday, December 8th 11am-1pm. 11:00-11:30 Open networking featuring free samples of local food, products, wine and other beverages. 12:00-1:00pm Open panel discussion, with a chance to submit your own questions before the discussion begins. Price: $25 per person covers networking, lunch, beverages, and the panel discussion. Purchase tickets online here, or RSVP and pay at the door by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org