Beaver Farm joins Camphill Kimberton for January’s “What’s for Dinner?” Event
Camphill Village Kimberton Hills is pleased to share it will be featuring beef from nearby Beaver Farm at our next “What’s for Dinner?” fundraising event, set for January 30, 2016.
The Transition Program at Beaver Farm is a pre-vocational program designed for students ages 18 to 21 who have completed twelfth grade at Camphill Special School. The Transition Program guides students, through community work and living, from school into adult life. Their vision is to provide a safe place and an encouraging environment for students to explore this transition. The program is situated ten miles away from Camphill Special School’s main campus, on a biodynamic/organic farm bordering French Creek, close to Camphill Kimberton.
Beaver Farm produces all the beef, pork, chicken, and eggs needed by Camphill Special School. Camphill Kimberton is thrilled to be partnering with Beaver Farm to provide the beef for our main entree at January’s “What’s for Dinner?” event.
Stay tuned for more details on how the beef will be served… one hint is that the meal will be appropriate for a cold January night. For more information about our farm to table dinner, please visit www.camphillkimberton.org/whatsfordinner.