Due to circumstances beyond our control, Good Farm Fund has postponed our summer fundraiser to Tuesday, December 6. Details about location will come soon.
In the traditional of all Good Farm Fund’s events, this winter feast will showcase our region’s best food and culinary talent and feature the stories of those who keep our local food going strong; the people who feed our community, from shovel to fork.
Local food does not get better than this!
Ticket information coming soon.
Eat Well. Do Good. Care for Others.
Event proceeds directly support our Farm Grant Program that provides crucial funding for infrastructure development projects on local farms, and helps support the EBT/Food Stamp Match program to ensure access to healthy food for all members of our community.
Our event sponsors’ generous support is humbling. Their help and encouragement ensures that the funds raised through this event goes to funding our important work. Thank you.
6th Annual Good Farm Fund Benefit Yokayo Ranch, Ukiah
Our July 2020 event has been postponed in the interest of public health.
Don’t worry, the best feast of the year will happen! We are hoping to reschedule for sometime in September. In the coming months, we’ll be working out all the new details and will update you as soon as possible.
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This event has become the most beloved farm-to-table experience of the summer! A Midsummer Night’s Feast is a fabulous showcase of our region’s best food & culinary talent, featuring the people who feed our community, from shovel to fork.
Local food doesn’t get better than this. In one summer evening we bring together about 20 of the area’s “local-food-forward” chefs and pair them up with our best local farms and ranches to collaborate on one of a kind seasonal plates.
Libations will include local beer, wines, designer mocktails, and the crowd-favorite craft cocktails made with locally distilled spirits from American Craft Whiskey Distillery.
Hosted outdoors at the beautiful & historic Yokayo Ranch, the evening also includes live music, and a silent auction.
Early Bird Tickets: $100 ($125 after 6/1/20)–includes all food & beverages. We expect to sell out, but if tickets are available at the door they will be $150. Courtesy note: no dogs or other pets, please.
Onsite lodging is available at Yokayo Ranch for the night of the event. However camping spots are extremely limited so place your reservation via Brown Paper Tickets today before they are gone.
Eat Well. Do Good.
Event proceeds directly support our Farm Grant Program that provide crucial funding for infrastructure development projects on local farms, and helps support the EBT/Food Stamp Match program to ensure access to healthy food for all members of our community.
Our event sponsors’ generous support is humbling. Their help and encouragement ensures that the funds raised through ticket sales, silent auctions, etc. goes to funding our important work. Thank you.
This legendary event is set for November 2nd, 2019 in the Ukiah Valley Conference Center. It will be a new anchor event of the Mendocino Mushroom, Wine and Beer Festival.
The afternoon will feature brewers from several clubs in Lake and Mendocino county and also from around Northern CA competing to become the people’s choice winner. (The event will also be open to ciders and other fermented beverages.) Local Farm-to-table food will be available for purchase.
Proceeds from the event benefit The Good Farm Fund, which funds food stamp matching at local farmers markets and provides small farm economic development grants. All proceeds will be allocated to local farms for fire relief.
People’s Choice: All attendees get three bottle caps that they can use to vote for their favorite beer by dropping the caps into designated containers. Ribbons and awards will go to 1st, 2nd & 3rd place vote getters.
Brewer’s Choice: A separate tasting & judging will be conducted by professional brewers led by Fal Allen of Anderson Valley Brewing Company to select a top quality beer to be brewed by AVBC! The winning brewer will get to assist on brew day, learning about scaling their recipe and using a commercial brew system
And the winners were:
People’s Choice (beer) 1st Sempervirens DIPA – Matt Brown 2nd Pine Ridge Pale Ale – Jared Chaney 3rd McCray 1C – Randy Girouard
People’s Choice (other) 1st Pinot Perry – Andy Todd 2nd Echo the Stars – Zach Hughes 3rd Where the Cide walk ends – TJ Wilson
Brewer’s Choice 1st Sempervirens DIPA – Matt Brown Runner up: Where the Cide walk ends – TJ Wilson
Best Local Ingredients Pine Ridge Pale Ale – Jared Chaney
Fantastic beverages all around – thanks everybody for coming out and making this a great event!