The importance of supporting local food producers

Ravenhill Herb Farm hosts the annual fundraiser and local food celebration Aug. 27 and Anna Hunt of Bread and Butter Catering will be there.

Local chef Anna Hunt says supporting your local food producers is critical.

The annual local food celebration and fundraiser supporting sustainable agriculture returns to the home of their first event, Ravenhill Herb Farm on Aug. 27 from 1 – 4 p.m. with dozens of local vendors including Bread and Butter Catering.

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