Delicious Regeneration: A Cider Pairing Experience with Ethic Ciders
Join us as we taste the benefits and flavors of regenerative agriculture with Ethic Ciders. Their ciders are made with organic dry-farmed apples from responsible local orchards, including their own farm, which also serves as a testbed for innovative regenerative agriculture practices. We’ll be pairing their ciders with small plates featuring ingredients from other regenerative local farms. This eye-opening pairing will celebrate the role of local food systems in reversing climate change, including SHED’s commitment to going carbon neutral in 2018.
Regenerative agriculture is one of the most exciting sustainable agriculture practices taking root in Sonoma County. Founder Ned Lawton and Orchardist and cidermaker Ryan Johnston will share how carbon farming can play a restorative role in the food system such as increasing high-quality yields, supporting soil fertility, encouraging biodiversity, and creating delicious cider!
Joining us will be:
- Gary Fleener, Ecologist at Hog Island Oyster Co.
- Caiti Hachmyer, Owner of Red H Farm
- Guido Frosini, Owner of True Grass Farms
- Melissa Pitkin, Director of Education and Outreach at Point Blue Conservation Science’s STRAW program
Shed Housemade Elderberry Shrub
Golden Rule Cider
Oyster, Kohlrabi Mignonette, Seaweed Oil, Togarashi
Roasted Squash and Apples Kale, Sunflower Seeds, Coriander Vinaigrette
Fir Tip Cider
Smoked Pork Belly Farro, Dried Spruce, Pickled Mustard Seeds, Huckleberries
Housemade Vanilla Ice Cream Poached Quince, Bee Pollen
Nov 4, 2018
3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
25 North Street, Healdsburg, CA, USA