We want to help you eat local and seasonal, now more than ever!
For this online workshop we’ve teamed up with Chrisso Babcock of Coyote Kitchen Workshops to guide you through what’s in season this Spring season, meal planning around the market offerings, and how to prepare for a trip to the market each week. Workshop takeaways include seasonal recipes, Spring market meal planning PDF, and specific protocols for shopping amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Workshop tickets are available on a sliding scale from $10-$50. The higher the ticket price, the more impact your purchase will have in our local community. Proceeds for this workshop are split between WFF and CKW, with one third of total sales going to The Table at Woodstock, a local organization we love that provides no-cost, nourishing, hot meals to anyone in our community who needs it. In addition, select the “get one, give one” ticket option and we’ll extend an invitation as a free resource to low- or no-income families around the region who could benefit from having these tools in their back pocket.
Food shopping in these unprecedented times can be overwhelming and fearful. We believe that shopping at your local farmers market is always the best way to get the freshest, healthiest food in your area. As we navigate this public health crisis, it’s hard to deny that the open air market with short supply chains and direct connection to the farmers is truly the safest, most secure food shopping you can do right now. Here in the Hudson Valley and Catskill Mountains, we have an abundant regional and hyper-local food system, where delicious and nutritious food is available year round. We want to help you know what to look for and how to prepare it, so you can eat what’s in season, shop close to home, and strengthen the local food system in the process.
The Woodstock Farm Festival opens May 27th, and we stand with farmers markets across the country that are fighting to stay open, accessible and adaptable throughout this experience. We encourage you participate even if you’re not a Woodstocker! Together we can keep our local food system resilient, our local economy moving, and the health of our community strong.