10:00 am - 3:00 pm
540 Telfair Street
Augusta GA 30901
Join us as we partner with the Clubhou.se in downtown Augusta to explore ways in which sustainability and technology intersect to improve our local food system overall.
Partake in an intellectually satisfying, gastronomically-elegant, farm-to-table meal created by the dynamic duo of Chef Charleen Tinley and Chef Jonathan Marks, formerly of the Roosters Beak.
Start the night with a Socratic-style cocktail hour, following by “Hacking the Microbiome” with speaker Dr. Steve Fountain.
We’ll kick it all off with a competitive Good Food Hack-A-Thon the night before, sponsored by Whole Foods Market!
Be a part of the thinking crowd … and eat well while doing it.
Proceeds from this event will fund an “Incubator Kitchen” at the Clubhou.se to support start-up and pop-up chefs in Augusta.
Tickets are on sale now at www.harvestbytes.org.
We need volunteers at this event. If you want to help us out, please complete this form.