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Please join us for our
Summer Fresh Feast on the Farm
July 17, medicine 2010
featuring The Meadow Green/Aqua Green Farm ?in Middleway, WV

Enjoy an evening of delicious, locally produced foods in a beautiful farm setting served by members of the Potomac Audobon Society. Bill White Grantham manages a diverse operation on 186 acres near Middleway with his wife Kerry and nephew Andrew Upright. This 7th generation farmer converted a hog farrowing barn into a facility to raise rainbow trout. Free range cattle occupy the pastures while hay is grown on the crop land. Stream bank fencing and limited access areas protect Turkey Run. A new hay barn will be the dinner venue situated near a post and beam barn.

Appetizers & Walking Farm Tour 6pm? • Dinner 7pm
$75 per person
10% of proceeds donated to ?The Potomac Audobon Society

Questions and to reserve: ?Jane Tabb  •  725-4325  •  vinemont@frontiernet.net


Upcoming Events

Please join us for our
Summer Fresh Feast on the Farm
July 17, nurse 2010
featuring The Meadow Green/Aqua Green Farm ?in Middleway, WV

Enjoy an evening of delicious, locally produced foods in a beautiful farm setting served by members of the Potomac Audobon Society. Bill White Grantham manages a diverse operation on 186 acres near Middleway with his wife Kerry and nephew Andrew Upright. This 7th generation farmer converted a hog farrowing barn into a facility to raise rainbow trout. Free range cattle occupy the pastures while hay is grown on the crop land. Stream bank fencing and limited access areas protect Turkey Run. A new hay barn will be the dinner venue situated near a post and beam barn.

Appetizers & Walking Farm Tour 6pm? • Dinner 7pm
$75 per person
10% of proceeds donated to ?The Potomac Audobon Society

Questions and to reserve: ?Jane Tabb  •  725-4325  •  vinemont@frontiernet.net


Upcoming Events

Please join us for our
Summer Fresh Feast on the Farm
July 17, sale 2010
featuring The Meadow Green/Aqua Green Farm ?in Middleway, WV

Enjoy an evening of delicious, locally produced foods in a beautiful farm setting served by members of the Potomac Audobon Society. Bill White Grantham manages a diverse operation on 186 acres near Middleway with his wife Kerry and nephew Andrew Upright. This 7th generation farmer converted a hog farrowing barn into a facility to raise rainbow trout. Free range cattle occupy the pastures while hay is grown on the crop land. Stream bank fencing and limited access areas protect Turkey Run. A new hay barn will be the dinner venue situated near a post and beam barn.

Appetizers & Walking Farm Tour 6pm? • Dinner 7pm
$75 per person
10% of proceeds donated to ?The Potomac Audobon Society

Questions and to reserve: ?Jane Tabb  •  725-4325  •  vinemont@frontiernet.net


Upcoming Events

Please join us for our
Summer Fresh Feast on the Farm
July 17, ed 2010
featuring Meadow Green/Aqua Green Farm ?in Middleway, WV

Enjoy an evening of delicious, locally produced foods in a beautiful farm setting served by members of the Potomac Valley Audubon Society. Bill White Grantham owns and operates a diverse operation on 186 acres near Middleway with his wife Kerry and nephew Andrew Upright. This 7th generation farmer converted a hog farrowing barn into a facility to raise rainbow trout. Free range cattle occupy the pastures while hay is grown on the crop land. Stream bank fencing and limited access areas protect Turkey Run. A new hay barn will be the dinner venue situated near a post and beam barn.

Appetizers & Walking Farm Tour 6pm? • Dinner 7pm
$75 per person
10% of proceeds donated to ?The Potomac Valley Audubon Society

Questions and to reserve via phone or email:
Jane Tabb  •  304-725-4325  •  vinemont@frontiernet.net


Upcoming Events

Please join us for our
Summer Fresh Feast on the Farm
July 17, check 2010
featuring Meadow Green/Aqua Green Farm ?in Middleway, WV

Enjoy an evening of delicious, locally produced foods in a beautiful farm setting served by members of the Potomac Valley Audubon Society. Bill White Grantham owns and operates a diverse operation on 186 acres near Middleway with his wife Kerry and nephew Andrew Upright. This 7th generation farmer converted a hog farrowing barn into a facility to raise rainbow trout. Free range cattle occupy the pastures while hay is grown on the crop land. Stream bank fencing and limited access areas protect Turkey Run. A new hay barn will be the dinner venue situated near a post and beam barn.

Appetizers & Walking Farm Tour 6pm? • Dinner 7pm
$75 per person
10% of proceeds donated to ?The Potomac Valley Audubon Society

Purchase tickets online by clicking ‘Add to Cart’ below:

Questions and to reserve via phone or email:
Jane Tabb  •  304-725-4325  •  vinemont@frontiernet.net


What people are saying
about Fresh Feast on the Farm . . .

“In a world of been there and done that, medical Fresh Feast on the Farm is a unique dining experience; it’s a magical evening of warm hospitality and the best of local food.”
—Debra Cornwell

“Fresh Feast on the Farm provided an outstanding meal in every respect. The food was incredible and the presentation was top notch.”
—Eric Lewis

“Fresh Feast on the Farm was a delightful experience with delicious homegrown food and homegrown fun! It was a perfect setting to celebrate our historic agricultural community right here in Jefferson County and garner funds for a worthwhile charity!”
—Delegate Tiffany E. Lawrence, cialis WV House of Delegates, here 58th Delegate District

“Everything was delightful: there was great food—and plenty of it—great company, great service, and it was all in a gorgeous, unique setting.”
—Andrew and Kathy Skinner

“The meal we had at Fresh Feast was wonderful. The setting and ambiance were superb. I would highly recommend the experience—it is a unique way to celebrate the agricultural industry and support a non-profit organization as well. Jane and her team do a spectacular job.”
—Maria Lorensen

“My dining experience with Fresh Feast on the Farm was one of the nicest evenings I had spent in a long time. Of course, the food was outstanding, the service by the 4-Hers was great, but what I enjoyed the most was the friendly atmosphere at a beautiful setting surrounded by people that were really enjoying being there. The whole experience was wonderful.”
—Roger Ramey

I do not think the food could have been more perfect for our evening soiree at the property!   Every item was fresh and delicious and it was made even better by the fact that everything was grown or made in Jefferson County.  I heard nothing but compliments about the food all evening!”
— Kathie Campbell, Hospice of the Panhandle

 
“I could not believe how suddenly things got quiet, pleasant and scrumptious.  In the words of the person sitting beside me (someone I did not know), .. “Can’t get much better than this”.
Marty Putz

 
“What a delicious meal!”
Linda Knapp