Jul 25, 2019Nourishment19

The “Boucherie” is an age-old tradition.

Friends, neighbors and family members gather to help butcher livestock and preserve meat in the fall, assuring that all parts of the animals are used for sustenance.

Extra hands are needed and welcome.

Augusta Boucherie will reclaim the communal component of livestock harvest in fall festival style. Hosted by White Hills Farm in Dearing, GA. 

Teams of local farmers and chefs – led by regional experts in their cut or dish – will provide instruction and share knowledge in the respectful harvest and preparation of humanely raised animals. Local vegetable farmers and food artisans will add regional flavors and create new ones. There will be constant outdoor cooking, sampling and learning for all who attend.

Hog, poultry, fish, venison and other animals central to our Savannah River area heritage will be harvested and prepared, snout to tail, fin to fork, farm to table.

Buy your tickets now as they are limited.  Tickets can be purchased at

A portion of the proceeds benefits Augusta Locally Grown’s Student Internship Program.