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Written By Editor on 9/6/22 | 9/6/22

CADE and Orinoco Farms & Cattle Products are delighted to invite you to “Fresh Food & Field Notes” a pasture walk, farm demonstration and fundraising event. The day will be filled with learning, networking, food, fun and friends-making on Saturday, September 24 from 11am-4pm at Orinocco Farms: 2227 Turnpike Rd, East Meredith, NY 13757 (Delaware County). 

Enjoy a day of - 

  • Learning about grass fed beef production, resilient farm practices, and healthy soils with a pasture walk around the farm 

  • Building your network, connecting with established and beginning farmers, and meeting CADE staff and Board members

  • Eating Venezuelan style beef barbeque, and catering with food and beverages from other local farms

  • Making new friends and general merry-making!

Click here to reserve your spot to attend. We encourage donations based on the following: 

  • Beginning farmers / students under 10 years of operation or someone considering establishing a new farm - free 

  • Established farmers (10+ years in operation) - $15 per person or $30 for a farm family 

  • Everyone else - a recommended donation of $50 per person

The  farm is open from 11am to 4pm and the pasture walk runs from 11:30am-1:00pm, after which time the feasting, networking, and socializing will continue through 4pm. Participants who prefer to skip the pasture walk are still welcome to join the food and networking time, running 1:00-4pm.

Make your reservations:

Don’t forget to wear your muck boots! You can also shop and purchase Orinoco’s outstanding local, grass fed beef products and beef boxes as you depart! 

For three decades, CADE has been at the forefront of the local food movement - offering programs and services to keep New York farms thriving. 

Established in 2019 in the heart of the Catskill Mountains, Orinoco Farms & Cattle Products pastures cattle using resilient and regenerative practices centered on healthy soils and produces grass fed beef products.

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