High Country Grown Restaurant Application

High Country Grown is a marketing initiative launched by the Watauga Food Council to promote restaurants that source locally-produced products in the mountains of North Carolina.

By participating in this FREE program, customers who care about where their food comes from will be able to better find YOUR restaurant.

This program is FREE because it is supported by the Watauga County Economic Development Commission and the Watauga Food Council. Visit www.highcountrygrown.org/#moreinformation for More Information about how the program works.

For more information or ideas, please contact Margie Mansure at wataugafoodcouncil@gmail.com

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Basic Information
Restaurant's Name *
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Contact's Name *
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Contact's Phone Number *
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Contact's Position (Chef, Owner, Manager...) *
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Restaurant's Street Address *
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If different, please list the restaurant's mailing address *
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Licensing Agreement
To protect the integrity of the gold, silver and bronze levels of certification, restaurants must meet specific standards and sign the licensee agreement. Please agree to the terms below by selecting an appropriate box.

Restaurants that qualify as bronze, silver, or gold members of High Country Grown are encouraged to utilize the appropriate high country grown logo and marketing materials to promote their restaurant to the public.

This license agreement is entered into by and between Watauga Food Council and your restaurant (licensee). This agreement expires annually on December 31.

Agreements must be renewed annually. Renew your certification online by updating your business listing at highcountrygrown.org.

Upon termination of this agreement, due to expiration or to breach of Agreement, the licensee shall immediately cease the use of the High Country Grown membership logo and related promotional materials.

I attest that the statements about my restaurant are true, and I agree with the terms in the licensing agreement.
What does High Country Grown consider the High Country?
Local can mean so many different things. High Country Grown's 'local' definition is anything grown or produced in Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Caldwell, Johnson, Surrey, Yadkin, Watauga and Wilkes Counties.
How much food does your restaurant source from the High Country? *
Local Sourcing Information
Please list the products that your restaurant sources locally and the business that grew or made the product.

Please use the following format: Lettuce (Daniel Boone's Farm), Pork chops (Watauga County Pig Farm), Carrots (Daniel Boone's Farm, Caldwell County Carrot Farm)...

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