We grow crops year-round, under unheated tunnels in the winter, using sustainable practices that build our soil and enhance the flavor and nutrition of our crops. Our vegetables are marketed at Chatham Marketplace in Pittsboro. We also operate a CSA which provides a weekly share of our delicious harvest to members for 45 weeks out of the year. Our vegetable and seed farm has expanded and includes new research in variety trials, plant breeding, and seed production, with the goal of finding and adapting the best varieties for our area.
Four-course, hyper-local, and sustainable dinner, $30. The crew at the Biofarm have teamed with chef Geoff Seelen. Fair Game Beverage Company will host a cocktail hour prior to the main event.
Cocktail Hour at Fair Game Beverage (located on farm), 5:30pm
First course, 6.30pm
Options include meal with local meat, vegetarian, or vegan.
Farmer Doug Jones has been farming using sustainable methods for 39 years. An open source farm, Piedmont Biofarm engages the community through regular workshops and farm tours.
Come join friends and soon to be friends for a four-course, hyper local and sustainable dinner at Piedmont Biofarm. The crew at the Biofarm have teamed up with chef Geoff Seelen, who recently returned to North Carolina from the renowned Blue Hill restaurants in New York, to create what is certain to be a memorable evening of food and drink. Together, the Biofarm and chef Geoff will showcase the bountiful ingredients available on farm during January, the most challenging month for food production. Our friends and neighbors at Fair Game Beverage Company, Pittsboro’s only legal distillery, will be hosting a cocktail hour just prior to the main event for those who enjoy a good drink. The dinner will be hosted in a lovely but intimate setting with limited seating. We expect tickets to sell out early, so please purchase yours as soon as you are sure.