Harvest Dinner Benefits Land Trust For Tennessee Nov. 9

Thursday, November 2, 2017

The FEED Co. Table & Tavern is hosting a Harvest Dinner benefiting The Land Trust for Tennessee. It will be held Thursday, Nov. 9. 

The evening will feature a dinner and drink pairing served in The FEED Co.'s new event space in Chattanooga's Southside starting at 6 p.m. and will highlight recent conservation successes. 

Seats are limited and advanced tickets ($50 per person) are required. Reservations must be made by Wednesday here.

The evening will also celebrate 10 years in the Chattanooga office and successes protecting Tennessee's unique landscapes, including Castle Rock, areas near the Fiery Gizzard Trail, working farms in Southeast Tennessee and more.

For more information about The Land Trust for Tennessee, please visit LandTrustTN.org.



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