Local Food on the Lake – Our First ALFC Benefit Dinner!

Ashtabula Local Food Council is proud to announce our first ever Local Food on the Lake Dinner!

Chefs Nate Fagnilli (Crosswinds Grille), Nate Rockwell (Briquettes Smokehouse), Michael Lorah (Pairings Ohio), and John Senger (Bascule Bridge Grille) will prepare a local BBQ dinner with pulled pork, hamburgers, and various BBQ sides.

Entertainment will be provided by the Juke Joint Junkies.

The Local Food on the Lake Dinner will be September 1, 2015, from 6pm to 9pm at Crosswinds Grille in Geneva-on-the-Lake.

Tickets: $20 per individual, $35 per couple.  The ticket price includes dinner, dessert and entertainment.  There will be a cash bar.

Tickets are available at www.ashtabulafood.org/lake-dinner-2015 and can also be purchased at Crosswinds Grille, Geneva Farmers Market, Ashtabula Harbor Farmers Market, and Pierpont Market.

Proceeds from the dinner and silent auction will benefit Ashtabula Local Food Council in its efforts to promote local food, local growers, and county Farmers Markets.

July 15, 2015 – Meeting Agenda

Our regular monthly meeting has been moved to this Wednesday, July 15th.  Please review the agenda and join us tomorrow at Henderson Public Library, at 6pm!

Agenda – 7/15/15

Free Webinar on Diagnosing Poultry Diseases!

Monday, July 27, 2015
12-1 p.m.

The webinar will be led by Dr. Mohamed El-Gazzar, Assistant Professor and Poultry Extension Veterinarian with the Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine at The Ohio State University.

Dr. El-Gazzar will divide poultry diseases into different groups based on their clinical signs in order to simplify the approach to idenitfying and diagnosing disease. Learn the clinical signs of each group of diseases, how to take samples, and how to perform a necropsy.

There is no cost to attend the webinar, but pre-registration is required.

Veterinary Continuing Education (CE) credits will be granted on an “hour for hour” basis.

This event is geared toward veterinarians, Extension educators, farmers, and others who work with certified organic livestock and poultry, and are part of an educational livestock health series offered by Veterinary Extension at OSU and OEFFA.

For more information about the series, go to www.oeffa.org/q/organiclivestock.

This series is made possible with funding from the North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education’s (NCR-SARE) Professional Development Program.Contact:
Eric Pawlowski / (614) 421-2022 /