Pete Johnson Puts the Culture Back into Agriculture, March 19

There are still a few seats left to see Vermont farmer, Pete Johnson, speak about “Putting the Culture Back into Agriculture” on March 19th at the Blue Moon Evolution. Sponsored by the Food and Health Forum, this is the third in their series dinner seminars. Specially priced tickets for farmers and nonprofits are available, and a portion of this evening’s proceeds benefits Seacoast Eat Local!

Putting the Culture Back into Agriculture
Pete Johnson, Pete’s Greens, Vermont
Food and Health Forum
Blue Moon Evolution, 8 Clifford Street, Exeter, NH
Monday, March 19, 2012
6:30 – 9 p.m.

Pete Johnson run’s Pete’s Greens, a certified organic, four-season communitiy supported agriculture (CSA) farm located on the edge of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom in Craftsbury, VT. Pete will talk about how small farms and food companies are supporting each other to build a culture of local production and consumption of food. He will share the challenges and rewards of how he has created a successful four-season CSA, Pete’s Greens, that supports the community, local businesses, schools and restaurants.

$70 per person includes three-course, locally sourced dinner, a glass of wine and the seminar. Non-profits receive a 20% discount. Scholarships available. To register: please visit the Food and Health Forum website.

A portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to Seacoast Eat Local.

For more information or scholarships please contact Tracy Miller at

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