Tue, May 30|
Summer Food Safety & Security Farm Tour Series - Part Two
Please join us on our Summer Farm Tour Series focusing on Food Safety and Security.
Time & Location
May 30, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM CDT
Elderslie Farm, 3501 E 101st N. Valley Center, KS 67147
About the event
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
3501 E 101st N. Valley Center, KS 67147
Elderslie Farm began in 2010 when George Elder returned home and planted blackberries near his childhood home, just north of Wichita. Today, with his wife Katharine, the farm has grown to include an upscale, Instagram-worthy, farm-to-table restaurant, favorite of summertime-adventure for blackberry lovers, and home to the cutest goats imaginable with excellent locally-made cheeses.
7005 S. Meridian St. Haysville, KS 67060
Myers Mushrooms is led by Eric Myers, a 14-year Air Force Mechanic Veteran who loves mushroom cultivation. In 2015, he started growing mushrooms in El Paso, Texas. Since then, he had been hoping to expand his knowledge in this industry and share it with the whole community. Together with his family, he moved to a place near Wichita, Kansas. This has also allowed him to have access to Haysville, the location where he constructed his 2,800 sq. ft mushroom cultivation facility.