Monday, March 18, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM EDT
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Norfolk Hub 
2 Station Place
Norfolk, CT 06058

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Dawn Whalen 
Norfolk Foundation, Inc 

Husky Meadows Farm presents Look and See, about the life and work of Wendell Berry 

Mondays at the Hub - Extended Edition - this event will last approximately 2 hours so plan accordingly.

Husky Meadows Farm presents Look and See about farmer and writer Wendell Berry, a 90 minute film followed by a discussion with Tracy Hayhurst of Husky Meadows Farm about the importance of the relationship between community and rural agriculture.

Berry’s books include The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture, Farming: A Handbook, The Country of Marriage.  As a farmer for over 40 years in Kentucky, Berry often writes about reverence for the land, the importance of community and environmental issues.  

There will be light refreshments and the evening will begin with info on CSA shares for this season.

Intended audience:  Those with an interest in rural agriculture, sustainable farming, learning about CSA’s, and those with an interest in poetry (Wendall is a poet), environmentalism, land stewardship and conservancy.


Tracy Hayhurst, Farm Manager, Chef, is the newest member of the team. She brings years of farming and cooking experience, so she is a natural fit for leading this farm and kitchen enterprise. She is passionate about bringing folks into the garden and kitchen for hands-on experiential learning.


Located in the ICEBOX of Norfolk, CT  the orchard and gardens of Husky Meadows sit on the fields of the old Curtis dairy farm. We are one of few certified organic farms in the Litchfield Hills and one of even fewer who offer the diversity of produce that we do. Our organic produce is sold directly to the consumer via our Farm Memberships and Farmer's Markets. We also use what we grow our specialty products like pickles, hot sauces, salsas, herbal teas. The kitchen at Husky Meadows is always churning out baked goods and prepared foods, from our classics like Cranberry-Pistachio Biscotti to seasonal treats, like Black Walnut Maple Tassies. There are six honeybee hives on our farm as well, and we enjoy helping the bees with their nectar scavenging while they help us with our honey fix! 

The Farm is only open to the public for special events and Farm Member CSA pick up.