To help Farm Foundation raise some much needed operating funds during this challenging time, we are offering our own version of a Kickstarter campaign.  For gifts, made during the Zoom Round Table meeting, donors can choose to receive special recognition gifts from fellow Round Table participants or from the Farm Foundation goodie stash.  All donations will be counted as unrestricted annual fund gifts.

*A drawing will be held for each category to determine the winner from the donors who gave at that level.

Open Book

You can also support Farm Foundation by purchasing an annual individual or group subscription to Agri-Pulse!

In a recent Farm Foundation Round Table survey, round table participants identified Agri-Pulse as a leading source of ag policy news and analysis. If you want to sign up for a new subscription during the Zoom Round Table, Sara Wyant and Al Johnson will donate 50% back to Farm Foundation! This is a great way to support Farm Foundation AND get a great daily resource from Agri-Pulse. 

As an added bonus, if we sell over 10 subscriptions, Agri-Pulse will hold a drawing for a private dinner with Al and Sara in Washington, DC at the Capitol Hill Club!

 

Visit Agri-Pulse subscription page and use the coupon code "FF" to sign up today.  

Vineyard

The winner will also receive two bottles of wine from renowned vintner and winemaker, Edgar Torres (One bottle of Tempranillo, 1 bottle of Albarino, as long as the recipient resides in a state that allows wine shipments)

 

Background:

Bodega is the Spaniard term for a winery or cellar. Considering Edgar's Hispanic heritage and passion for Spanish wines, the brand name was a natural fit. He and his wife and produce their wines in Paso Robles, CA.

Edgar's wine journey started as a waiter in Paso Robles, CA. There he was exposed to many great wine producers. He started as a Cellar Rat and moved on to learn the many different aspects of the wine industry. His enthusiasm for producing great wines brought he and his wife to the development of their own brand, Bodega de Edgar, in 2007. Edgar is the first Mexican-American winemaker in Paso Robles, and he worked his way up those cellars and found inspiration in the wines of Spain.

Starting at just 250 cases, Bodega de Edgar is now approaching 2,500 cases with the 2014 vintage. As always, his focus is on sourcing the highest quality fruit to produce the best wines, while still maintaining an affordable price point.

Win an exclusive guided virtual wine tasting and happy hour

Win an exclusive guided virtual wine tasting and happy hour with Ryan Maloney (husband of Round Table participant Jenny Maloney).

Ryan has a 20-year background in all different facets of the wine industry, and now represents several top boutique producers, including Bodega de Edgar. 

©2020 by Farm Foundation