Join the Ewing Green Team at Terhune Orchards on Thursday, July 21st for hors d’oeuvres followed by a five course dinner prepared from local ingredients and wine pairing all set to live music. In its fifth year, The Farm to Table Fun(d)raiser will benefit the Mercer County Sustainability Coalition, a group of Mercer County Green Teams and Sustainable Organizations including the EGT! Enjoy cocktails outside at 5:00 p.m. and then head to dinner served in the big red barn at 6:30 p.m. Chefs from Eno Terra, Mediterra, Teresa’s Caffe, Terra Momo Bread Company will be preparing a five course meal entirely from fresh and local ingredients. Live music will be provided by the Ocean County Band and Gary Mount of Terhune Orchards will also provide an explanation of his delicious wine-pairing choices.
We would love to see you there! The event costs $100 per person or $150 for a couple! Register here.
The Mercer County Sustainability Coalition is an alliance of the Green Teams and sustainability organizations of Mercer County, New Jersey and the Mercer County Office of Economic Development and Sustainability. Formed in 2013 to better coordinate the various green teams and sustainability organizations around Mercer County, the Coalition works to promote a regional and collaborative approach to sustainability initiatives. Environmental issues know no regional boundaries. From our air and water quality, to transportation, to trash and recycling, these issues are common to all of the municipalities within a region. It simply makes sense to promote sustainability regionally and to tackle issues together. By uniting together coalition members can become greater than the sum of their individual parts.
Members of the Coalition have collaborated on the Living Local Expo, the region’s annual “green fair”. The coalition includes: Ewing, Hopewell Valley, Trenton, Robbinsville, West Windsor, Sustainable Lawrence, Sustainable Princeton, the Mercer County Office of Economic Development and Sustainability and the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association