- 2018 Field to Table Dinner - The Fayette County Farm Bureau Field to Table Dinner exists to reconnect consumers to local farmers, food producers, and chefs while enjoying a delicious meal sourced from Kentucky farms and farmers. The 2018 event features a five-course progressive dinner, and over 20 of central Kentucky's BEST chefs and makers at Courthouse Square. Proceeds from this year's event will benefit GleanKY to support their mission in central Kentucky. Thank you to our sponsors: Fayette County (Kentucky) Farm Bureau / Bluegrass Farm To Table / American Farmland Trust / Kentucky Proud / Fayette Alliance / Visit LEX / Commerce Lexington
- 2018 Farm to You
- 2017 Farm to You
- 2016 Farm to You
- 2017 Field to Table Dinner - Please mark your calendars for the second annual Fayette County Kentucky Farm Bureau Field to Table Dinner. You can see beautiful photographs from the 2016 event here. This year the Fayette County Farm Bureau Field to Table Dinner will be held on August 19, 2017 at Grimes Mill Winery in Lexington, Kentucky. Tours and social will begin at 6:00 p.m., and dinner, featuring delicious food from Ouita Michel, will be served at 7:00 p.m. The ticket cost is $75 per person, which includes a $25 tax-deductible donation to FoodChain.
- 2016 Field to Table Dinner - The first annual Field to Table Dinner in partnership with Fayette County Farm Bureau was held on September 9, 2016 at Walnut Lawn Farm. This dinner featured a delicious four course family style meal created and served by the culinary talents of Chef John Foster and his teams from The Sage Rabbit and Sullivan University. Each dish celebrated the hard work and unique products of Clark Family Farm, Teal Tractor CSA, Rolling Fork Farm, Elmwood Stock Farm, Boone Ridge Farm, Rosemont Bakehouse and Bellaire Blooms among others. The event also featured beverages from West Sixth Brewery and Talon Winery. Proceeds from the dinner benefited the Bluegrass Double Dollars Program.
- Bluegrass Barn Raising - The Bluegrass Barn Raising was held on April 7, 2015 at the E.S. Good Barn at the University of Kentucky’s College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. The goal of this invitation-only event was to convene stakeholders working on the supply side of the local food economy in an effort to build consensus and identify priorities around how we can collectively work to meet the increasing demand for local food in the region.