Celebrate Seneca County Agriculture - Sue Petersen, Seneca County Farmers' Market
Image by Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension

Celebrate Seneca County Agriculture - Sue Petersen, Seneca County Farmers' Market

Celebrate Seneca County Agriculture - Mo Tidball, Wild Harvest Table
Image by Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension

Celebrate Seneca County Agriculture - Mo Tidball, Wild Harvest Table

Celebrate Seneca County Agriculture - Three Brothers Winery & Estates
Image by Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension

Celebrate Seneca County Agriculture - Three Brothers Winery & Estates

Celebrate Seneca County Agriculture - Riegel Farms
Image by Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension

Celebrate Seneca County Agriculture - Riegel Farms

Celebrate Seneca County Agriculture - Cayuga Lake Wine Trail
Image by Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension

Celebrate Seneca County Agriculture - Cayuga Lake Wine Trail

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Celebrate Seneca County Agriculture

  • Wednesday, July 19, 2017, 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension invites you to Celebrate Seneca County Agriculture. Experience the diversity of agriculture in Seneca County as you sample products from local agricultural producers.

Compare the wines of the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail and Seneca Lake Wine Trail along with local beer from Fleur De Lis Brew Works and Lake Drum Brewing.

Learn how to prepare wild game and fish with Mo Tidball from the The Wild Harvest Table.

Try some local honey from Bienvenue American Honey.

Seneca County 4-H members will be preparing locally sourced dishes through the Produced in New York Program.

Local cheese from Muranda Cheese Company and Lively Run Dairy will available to sample.


Stop by the Seneca County Master Gardeners' table for seed samples.

These are just some of the businesses and products that will be highlighted on the Fair’s opening night!

The first 120 people at the CCE booth can enjoy a Seneca County Root Beer Float made from local ice cream from the Cayuga Lake Creamery and root beer from Wagner Valley Brewing Co.

Contact

Derek Simmonds
Agricultural Economic Development Specialist
dcs285@cornell.edu
315-539-9251

Location

Floral Hall
100 Swift Street
Waterloo, New York 13165