2019 Field to Fork Benefit Dinner
Oct. 4th, 6-10 pm
Centilia Cultural Center (Centro de la Raza)
Join us for a fun evening celebrating The Common Acre’s work and cultivating community.
We’ll be enjoying delicious bites prepared by local chefs with ingredients from our urban farms!
Chef Tarik Abdullah of Midnight Mecca
Chef Irbille Donia of Lahi Seattle
Chef Cody Westerfield of De La Soil
Plus exciting raffle prizes, dessert dash, and more! Get your tickets today!
For Tickets and more info: https://fieldtofork.brownpapertickets.com
The Common Acre begins with the soil. Our mission is to restore relationships between people and the land through ecology, agriculture, and art. We reconnect people with nature through the medium of food and seek to restore a living food system that feeds our minds and nourishes our communities. Our collaborative programs transform marginalized land into biodiverse pollinator habitat and community gardens, which in turn create space for inspirational cultural convenings. We also partner with scientists to improve our understanding of native pollinator ecosystems and feed that research back into both our restoration and artistic work.
In order to make this all happen, we rely on individual contributions generated at our annual dinner, featuring fresh produce from our Alleycat Acres urban farm program, curated by Chef Cody Westerfield of Delasoil.