June 13, 2011
Teal Creek Farms featured at June 26th Dinner @ the Rafns'
The upcoming Dinner @ the Rafns' supper-club will feature organic fruit and vegetables from Keith Nelson and Sloan Aagaard, owners of Teal Creek Farms near Dallas. Keith and Sloan will attend the dinner and give a brief presentation about their farming operation. Diners will learn about their growing practices, products, and background in agriculture.
Dinner @ the Rafns' is a farm-to-table supper-club based in Salem, Oregon. Proceeds benefit Living Culture TV and the Salem Audubon Society Nature Reserve in West Salem. [Menu and Reservations]
Dinner @ the Rafns'
June 26th, 6pm
578 Cascade Dr. NW Salem, OR
$20 per person, reservations required
Teal Creek Farms on Living Culture TV
Sloan Aagaard and her partner Keith Nelson operate Teal Creek Farms, a 40-acre farm in the beautiful rolling hills south of Dallas, Oregon. Nearly 2 acres are devoted to organic fruits and vegetables, while the rest is used to grow hay and a small amount of livestock. [Read More]
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