The Chenango County Agriculture Natural Resource Development Council invites you to be part of an exciting showcase for Chenango County’s great farms, restaurants, and beverage companies:
Farm to Fork, Taste of
Saturday, August 13
Chenango County Agriculture & Natural Resource Development Council and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chenango County are excited to announce the 5th Farm to Fork, a taste of Chenango on Saturday, August 13th, 2022 from 11am-9pm. Farm to Fork is becoming an established event at the Chenango County Fair, and this year is the first time the event has been back since 2019.
Farm to Fork will be a one day event and continue to showcase producers and agriculture in Chenango County. Our Creation Stations will continue to host live culinary displays with tastings for the public made from local products. We are looking for chefs to fill in 2 hour time slots and create tastings featuring locally sourced products. We are also looking for producers to host a Can you taste the difference? which will focus on product tastings that are similar, but different. For example, you may want to feature the difference between real maple syrup and maple flavored syrup. Finally, we will have a Farms and Food of Chenango County display where we hope to showcase the agricultural products for consumption produced in Chenango County.
The live displays and free sampling for the public at Farm to Fork would not be possible without
the support from local businesses and organizations such as yours. These contributions allow us to present the public with a free event and an opportunity for Chenango County producers to gain free exposure!
Grazing/Ag Economic Development Specialist
(607) 334-5841 ext. 1121
Last updated August 5, 2022