Monday, January 18, 2016

The Old Farmer's Almanac Garden-to-Table Experience

Join The Old Farmer’s Almanac for a Unique Garden-to-Table Experience!

For 7 days and 6 nights, tour-goers can eat their way through a multistate tour that combines renowned northeastern gardens with delicious locally sourced meals prepared by award-winning chefs.

The venerable Old Farmer’s Almanac has announced its weeklong Garden-to-Table Experience. Running from June 20-26, 2016, this once-in-a-lifetime tour is perfect for experienced horticulturalists, farm-to-table foodies, or simply anyone who enjoys great gardens and delicious food.

Starting in Pennsylvania and continuing into Delaware and eventually New York, the Garden-to-Table Experience features 10 of the Northeast’s most revered gardens, farms, and arboretums. These will serve as a backdrop to culinary adventures with gourmet food prepared by award-winning chefs and restaurants that highlight the connection between the food we enjoy and where it comes from.

And who knows gardening and garden-to-table food better than the Almanac? The tour is designed for small groups to travel easily to our handpicked destinations—providing guests with the structure, peace of mind, and comfort.

The Old Farmer’s Almanac Garden-to-Table Experience includes . . .
· Exclusive tours of Scott Arboretum (Swarthmore), Winterthur House and Garden, Chanticleer Garden, Innisfree Garden, and the New York Botanical Garden
· Private tours and locally sourced lunches at Longwood Gardens, the Morris Arboretum, and Mohonk Mountain House
· A visit to and lunch at Fordhook Farm, a private garden owned and operated by the Burpee seed company.
· A tour of Stone Barns Centerand exclusive farm-to-table lunch at Stone Barns’ Blue Hill restaurant
· A visit to Stonecrop Gardens with a talk from the Garden Conservancy
· And so much more!

The Garden-to-Table Experience is a brand-new, innovative tour pioneered by The Old Farmer’s Almanac. To access the full itinerary and pricing details for this unforgettable adventure, please visit http://www.almanac.com/content/garden-tours-old-farmers-almanac.

For those not into garden, but who still want to travel with the Almanac: Explore Alaska with The Old Farmer’s Almanac’s Northern Lights Tour, March 8–13, 2016! It’s packed with stargazing, dogsledding, ice sculpture amazement, hot springs soaking, and all things Aurora Borealis. For more information, please visit http://www.almanac.com/content/old-farmers-almanac-tours-and-travel.

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