Consumer Events


In order to keep everyone healthy and safe all of our 2020 consumer events were organized virtually.


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consumer resources page. To see what happened last year view the 2019 consumer events page.

Past Events...


Unbroken Ground KY Farmer Panel Discussion 

October 22nd, 2020

Event Description:

Watch the KY Farmer panel discussion hosted by OAK, Slow Food Bluegrass, and Edible Kentucky on advancing regenerative, organic principles in The Commonwealth. The farmer panelists Bree Pearsall from Rootbound Farm, Jessica Hodges from Modern Heritage Farm, and Laura Freeman from Mt. Folly Farm share their perspective on what regenerative agriculture means to them and vision for organic farming in Kentucky.  

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Fall Harvest Pizza Cooking Demo

October 7th, 2020

Event Description:

Thank you to the Food Connection for demonstrating great tips and tricks to use up the bounty of local fall vegetables. Watch the recording of Chef Tanya Whitehouse to learn more about how to whip up fall harvest pizzas and find recipes for these dishes here.


High Summer Grain Salad

Cooking Demo

August 18th, 2020

Event Description:

The Food Connection offered CSA members on how to make the most of high summer vegetables this season. Watch the recording of Chef Tanya Whitehouse to learn more about how to whip up a delicious grain salad. 

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KY Virtual CSA Fair

April 16th-30th, 2020

Event Description:


This statewide CSA Fair was organized in partnership with Kentucky Department of Agriculture and Kentucky Proud, Bluegrass Farm to Table, Edible Kentucky Magazine, and Kentucky Horticulture Council. It was hosted on Facebook and connected over 55 Kentucky farmers with more than 900 attendees to share more about CSA (community supported agriculture) programs in their area. 

OAK's consumer events work to connect Kentucky eaters with more local, organic farmers in order to build a more organic, regenerative food system.