The Chautauqua County Rural Ministry (CCRM) will present its fourth workshop in the "Local Farmers, Local Foods" series on Sunday from 3 to 4 p.m.
J.J. Kay of Someday Maybe Farms will share about his farm operation, including growing methods and philosophy, and will answer questions from participants. The mission of Someday Maybe Farms is to "operate a sustainable farm in harmony with natural cycles. Our commitment is to produce the highest quality, naturally raised produce, livestock, poultry, vegetable plants and flowers. We will improve our land and soil by natural means, using compost, conservation, crop rotation, cover crops, and thoughtful management, and have fun while we do it!"
Participants will sample a dish prepared with Someday Maybe Farms products, and will take home a free gift of Someday Maybe Farms goods as well. The workshop will take place at the Friendly Kitchen, 131 Central Ave., Dunkirk. There is no cost. RSVP with Sarah Sorci at 366-1787. These workshops are made possible by a grant through the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation, and the NYS Department of Health Division of Nutrition. CCRM is a United Way Community Partner.