This Land is Your Land
Honoring the Thin Crust That Feeds Us All
A Fundraiser – September 24, 2011
This event is sold out!
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Gather at 3:00pm to explore the farm and bid in our silent auction!
Drinks & appetizers start at 4:00pm.
5:30pm to the table
More merriment follows!
Tickets $200 per person.
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Thanks to our Auction & Gift Donors
Baker Street Seed Company
Pier 39 Family Fun Pack
The Apple Farm Bates & Schmidt
Join us for a unique farm-to-table experience that will bring you in direct contact with our land, the food that it yields, the farmers that tend the land and crops, and the chefs who transform the food into a nutritious and satisfying meal.
Chef Ryan Harris and his talented team from Station 1 in Woodside will prepare a gourmet, multi-course meal featuring fresh, local ingredients harvested from Pie Ranch. All served with wines from Thomas Fogarty Winery and Vineyards and Bonny Doon Vineyards.
After dinner, we will continue the celebration with a Barn Dance to live music and some of our freshly baked pie with ice cream thanks to Companion Bakeshop and Penny Ice Creamery!
All proceeds from this event will fund programming that teaches youth about healthy food and communities, trains emerging farmers and creates a more sustainable food system. Pie Ranch is a 501 (c)3 non-profit.
Additional Partners in Food & Wine
“This Land is Your Land” – Food for Thought
|Woody Gutherie’s classic folk song, written in 1940, is a broad, brush stroke of the beauty of the north American Landscape and a glimpse into the ecological and social dimensions of land use. It compels us to question whose land this is, really, and how do we relate to it such that we can create a fair and just food system.
There are additional verses that are left out of most recordings and song books, but were part of the original intent, and to us, affirm the goals of dedicating lands to public use and local food production to feed people.
As I went walking I saw a sign there
Nobody living can ever stop me.
In the squares of the city, In the shadow of a steeple;
Thank you to our Corporate Sponsors!
Slice of Pie