NORWICH – With a two-fold purpose of promoting the tastes of Chenango while also educating the public about their food sources, the Chenango County Agriculture Development Council found the perfect platform for its new “Farm to Fork” program at the Chenango County Fair.
“Farm to Fork: A Taste of Chenango” will feature fresh produce and product displays, tastings, and two creation tasting stations for fair-goers to test local foods at the 169th Chenango County Fair.
The fair is set to kick-off Tuesday. Farm to Fork will run from noon to 9 p.m. inside Exhibition Hall located at the west end of the fairgrounds. And because Tuesday is free admission day at the fair, promoters are hoping for a good turnout.
“We’re excited to have this happen for the first time this year,” said Emily Anderson, ADC Farm to Fork coordinator. “We’re hoping that lots of people are able to stop by and check out some of the many different flavors that Chenango County has to offer.”..