Eating locally year-round is not as difficult as it may seem. Join culinarian Jen Wiedel of The Grove Market and Blackhawk Technical College alongside Lauren Rudersdorf of Raleigh's Hillside Farm as they demonstrate techniques to easily fabricate produce for use in colder months. This workshop will include a taste of some holiday favorites as well as some contemporary creations using preserved ingredients. Participants will leave with a goodie bag including recipes and a pound of fresh produce to preserve from Raleigh's Hillside Farm. |
Children (ages 5 and over) welcome with ticketed adult and own paid ticket (for the child).
A free copy of Renewing the Countryside: WISCONSIN will be given away to every family, couple and/or household registered for a particular workshop (a $26.95 value); the free book giveaway is limited to one copy per residential address of attendees.
About Lauren Rudersdorf:
Lauren Rudersdorf is one half of Raleigh's Hillside Farm: a four-acre, certified organic CSA vegetable farm located outside Brodhead, Wisconsin. Lauren is an enthusiastic advocate of CSA farming and connecting people to their food. In her hours off the farm, she writes for Madison Magazine and Edible Madison, blogs at The Leek & The Carrot, and works as the Office Manager for Midwest Environmental Advocates.
CANCELLATION POLICY: NO REFUNDS. SOIL SISTERS has a no refund policy. You can, however, transfer your ticket to another person, provided that person is in possession of the ticket at the time of the workshop.
Raleigh's Hillside Farm (View)
901 N. Marsh Rd.
Brodhead, WI 53520
|Minimum Age: 5|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|