Food History Project: Farm Fresh Education featuring FarmsteadEd & Hartley Farms
Monday, July 8th
SLO Provisions
1255 Monterey St, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

On July 8th at 5:30pm, we will be hosting Lynette Sonne of FarmsteadEd and Barbara Hartley of Hartley Farms at SLO Provisions. In 2014, Lynette Sonne launched FARMstead ED as a way to promote locally grown & locally made products through pop-up workshops and helping connect locals to farms, ranches & production facilities while educating them about where our food is being grown & made. Getting folks out to farms is just one part: Lynette also partners her tours with an educational component. Most events typically include a site tour, a farmstead demonstration, a hands-on workshop and a pop-up mercantile that’s often stocked with the materials necessary for you to do-it-yourself at home.  Barbara Hartley will also be sharing with the group her locally made jams.  Barbara and her husband, Dan, grew up in rural Somis, California and went to grade school together.  Twenty years later, they met again and fell in love.  Both Barbara and Dan have a passion for San Luis Obispo County and farming.  They started Hartley Farms in 2014 and developed a 37 acre property into a farm and wedding venue.  
Please note, a $10 donation for supplies is appreciated.
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