HARVEST SCHUYLER initiative components
1) Weekly E-Newsletters: during the produce season a weekly newsletter goes out to a select mailing list, featuring classified-style listings of available produce from area farmers as well as items that chefs and bed and breakfast owners are seeking. Schuyler County farms and producers may submit content and chefs/bed and breakfast owners/restauranteurs may submit lists of wanted items for these newsletters free of charge!
2) November Social Event: featuring a menu of small plates and drinks prepared with as many local ingredients as possible. This event is always a sell-out with very limited seating.
3) Mid-Winter Networking Event: Farmer-Buyer Speed Networking. The objective is to make connections between farmers who offer produce, meat, cheese, and more, and those who are looking to source these ingredients locally. Farmers and producers will be seated at tables around the room, with signage indicating what they are looking to source and purchase locally. Restaurants and buyers will then circulate from table to table, discussing what they grow, what they could potentially grow, and more. When the bell rings, attendees will move on to the next table.
Your vote could make the difference in our first time Harvest Schuyler Farm to Table Chef Competition.
See details in the WENY News Cast as they explain how you could pick the first Chef to win the competition.