Thanks so much to the businesses and organizations who purchased advertising in this year’s Eat Buy Live Local magazine, including the Hastings Federation of Agriculture! Advertising dollars help make this publication free for 3,000 readers!

A message from Harvest Hastings member Michele Vindum of Plainfield Heritage Farm:
Hello Hastings County Farmers and Local Foodies,
Proposals for STONE SOUP are coming in! Where is yours?* Deadline for one page proposal for YOUR food project is August 15th.
* Got an event tent and/or a mic system? We are looking for a loan for September 10th event.
* Play an instrument? Consider volunteering for half hour at our event.

Look forward to seeing you, your family & friends at STONE SOUP September 10th. Remember 100% of the $10 admission fee will be awarded that day to two food projects that attendees vote for. Come out, bring a picnic, learn about what others are doing and make important connections with folks who care about local food in Hastings County. First 100 folk will get free local food. Event 1-4 PM on Saturday, September 10th.

Go to this link to learn more: Call for STONE SOUP Project Proposals (

See you August 17 & 18 at the Hastings County Plowing Match

Do you have a special event coming up that is related to local agriculture or forestry? We’d love to include it in our new Special Events Calendar, as well as share it on our social media! Please email Karen at [email protected] with details!
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