Good Farm Fund is a community organization that aims to provide direct support to small farmers in Mendocino and Lake Counties and increase local food security for all members of our community. Read about our programs.
Our hearts go out to all the farms who were affected by the recent fires.
We have launched an Emergency Fire Relief Fund to support local farms.
Download the application here: Good Farm Fund Emergency Relief Application
4th Annual Winter Feast
Tuesday December 5, 2017
BARRA Winery, Redwood Valley
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We’re pleased to announce our Fourth Annual Good Farm Fund Winter Feast at Barra Winery (7051 N State St) on Tuesday, December 5 from 5-9 pm. This always-popular event includes a family-style farm-to-table dinner prepared by Black Dog Farm & Catering and many friends featuring locally raised meat, fruits, vegetables, wild mushrooms, artisan cheeses and grains; local beer and wine available for purchase; a silent auction perfect for holiday shopping; and live music from the Back Porch Project.
This year’s event will also feature the announcement of the Good Farm Fund grant award selections for 2017. Come help the winners celebrate!
Tickets to the Winter Feast are $30 in advance, $40 at the door, $15 for kids 15 and under. This event always sells out. Tickets are available on line at https://gffwinterfeast.brownpapertickets.com/, at the Westside Renaissance Market, the Ukiah Natural Foods Co-op, and J.D. Redhouse.
Proceeds will support the Good Farm Fund’s Fire Recovery Fund and Farm Grant Program. The event is sponsored by North Coast Opportunities, Ukiah Natural Foods Co-Op, Adventist Health, Frey Winery, Thompson’s Party Rentals, the MendoLake Food Hub, First Five, Cold Creek Compost, Flow Kana, North Coast Brewing, Community First Credit Union, The Savings Bank of Mendocino County and Black Dog Farm & Catering.
Through fundraising events like the Winter Feast, the Good Farm Fund and everyone who supports it can continue to help local farms thrive.