Visit the Fermentation Booth at the National Heirloom Expo

Sept. 13th, 14th and 15th

Sonoma County Fairgrounds

www.theheirloomexpo.com/

The National Heirloom Exposition is gaining incredible interest among home growers, farmers, school groups and the general public–so much so that it is shaping up to be the “World’s Fair” of the heirloom industry! This is a not-for-profit event, and any funds generated will be donated back to school gardens and food programs. The event will run for three days, September 13, 14 and 15, 2011.


Over 1,000 people attended the 3rd annual Freestone Fermentation Festival on May 21st!

http://cloutandabout.com/2011/06/freestone-fermentation-festival-a-truly-memorable-cultural-gathering/

“I liked earning about the value of fermented foods to our health, how easy and economical they are to make at home. Getting a chance to taste different products was important. There was a positive energy, which I enjoyed. People were empowered as they learned what they could do themselves.”

The first symposium and fermentation feast on Friday May 20th at Shone Farm was attended by nearly 100 people who enjoyed a most informative and interesting afternoon and evening. More news coming here soon …


Winners of the 1st Peoples Kombucha Awards

1st Place: GTs Trilogy

2nd: Bucha

3rd: House Kombucha

All tied in 4th with the same amount of votes: Revive, Kombucha Botanica, and Cultured



Sandor Katz & Jenny McGruther



Kombucha girls



Generous sampling of fermented foods took place all day long



A perfect day in Freestone

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A Fundraising Event For

Ceres Project

Culture Makers

Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary

Culture Makers

Russian River Keeper

Fermenters

Redwood Hill Farm

Starters


Media Sponsors

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North Bay Bohemian

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