Sunday, July 18, 2010
Jordandal Farm in Argyle, WI
Jordandal Farm has partnered with Chefs Dan Fox and Jason Veal of the Madison Club to host a picnic-style meal and educational event. “Day on the Farm” will be held on beautiful Jordandal farm in Argyle, Wisconsin and will feature a farm tour, kids activities and a delicious lunch of fresh farm-raised ingredients prepared by a team of local chefs from:
- Madison Club
- Restaurant Magnus
- Dayton Street Grille
- Tornado Steakhouse
Our talented and knowledgeable Americorp members will be on hand to lead kids activities, including a visit to see baby farm animals and fun lessons about life on a farm. Adults will also have the opportunity to tour the farm and learn about the sustainable practices of the farm from our hosts Carrie and Eric Johnson and Matt Walter. For more information visit: www.reapfoodgroup.org
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