Home Farm Foodways Series
Join Wyck for monthly workshops exploring horticulture, culinary, and historical themes inspired by Wyck’s collections, landscape, and thriving home farm. Workshops will be led by local chefs, business owners, and artisans in tandem with Wyck staff.
April 10: A Food History of Wyck with Gregory Funk
May 8: Kokedama Making with Shinobu Habauchi
June 12: Home Farm to Home Kitchen with Valerie Erwin
July 10: Blending with Intention with Random Tea Room’s Rebecca Goldschmidt
Aug. 14: Regional Food History with Elwood’s Adam Diltz
Sept. 11: Jun Tea Making with Jeannie Gerth
Oct. 9: Fermentation with Gregory Funk
Nov. 13: Heirloom and Unusual Vegetables for the Holiday Table with Gregory Funk
Workshop seating is limited. Registration is free, but required, and will open up one month prior to the event.
This project is supported through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Want to get more involved on Wyck’s Farm? Don’t forget to check our our Home Farm Club to volunteer on the farm, get a share of free produce, and meet your neighbors!