Back to Bucks County Basics: Tickets on Sale for Heritage Conservancy’s 4th Annual Farm to Table

For the 4th year running, Heritage Conservancy’s From Farm to Table Dinner, winner of the 2012 Happening List award for Most Happening Foodie Event, is back again with an opportunity to provide you with a uniquely Bucks County dining experience.

With people making themselves more aware of the food they eat, Heritage Conservancy’s annual Farm to Table event is all about giving guests an entirely farm-fresh Bucks County meal. Taking place August 4th, 2012 from 6:00pm – 8:30pm, Farm to Table is the perfect combination of delicious, locally sourced food in a beautiful outdoor setting. Located at Lindsay Farm in Jamison, a Heritage Conservancy preserved property, guests should park at the Middle Bucks Institute of Technology where they will then be transported to the dining location. 

Beginning with with hors d’oeuvres and followed by a buffet-style meal, the evening’s meal will be prepared by acclaimed Bucks County chefs, David Zuckerman of Earl’s Bucks County and Luke Smithson of Jamie Hollander Gourmet Foods and Catering.  Along with a delicious meal, guests will also be able to participate in silent and live auctions.

While tickets are $75 per person, those looking for an extra special evening can purchase a Locavore Ticket for $250. This includes two tickets and special benefits at the event. With previous years being sold out, it is recommended that you get tickets as soon as possible. Reservations for the event can be made here on the Heritage Conservancy’s website.

Proceeds from the event help benefit land preservation efforts, including farmland, in Bucks County. However, From Farm to Table experience is not only a fundraiser but a means of  teaching the public how it can do its part to be green.

 

What is the Heritage Conservancy?

Heritage Conservancy, a Doylestown based conservation organization, specializes in open space preservation, planning for sustainable communities, natural resource protection, property stewardship, historic preservation, adaptive reuse of existing structures, wildlife habitat restoration, and biodiversity. Specifically, they are helping existing farm land make the transition to sustainable practices. For additional information, contact Maggie Uliano at (215) 345-7020 ext 107 or muliano@heritageconservancy.org.

 

Photo Credit Images 1 & 2: Herb GranaPhoto Credit Image 3: Natalie Wi

 

 

 

 

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  1. Natalie Wi
    Natalie Wi July 20, 2012 at 3:52 am |

    Thank you for the photo credit!

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