Connect with the community and the people who grow, produce and cook our incredible food and produce at this week's 'Friday Nights on the Farm' in Green Valley from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday Nights on the Farm is a celebration of the rich agricultural and food bounty of Solano County. It's on the second Friday of the month through October at the corner of Green Valley Road and Vintage Lane. Free admission. Savor food harvested at the peak of freshness. Sip on incredible local wines, and enjoy live music from area musicians. It's a casual evening under the oaks to enjoy good food, wine, beer, music, and community.
Friday Nights on the Farm occurs on the second Friday Night during the Summer months from June till October. It offers a place for the community to gather and enjoy the best of the region's food, wine, beer and entertainment. Join celebrated Chef David Williams of Bull Valley Roadhouse, Doug Stonebreaker of Prather Ranch, Sarah and Frank Lindemann of Mason Ranch, Justine Kelly from Sunbasket, Louise Yarbrough from Yarbrough Family Vineyards, and Johan Smit of Hidden Star Orchards plus some of the region’s most innovative winemakers, farmers, brewers and musicians.
The Green Valley Agricultural Conservancy (Conservancy) is an independent, non-profit organization whose mission is to celebrate and perpetuate the tradition of the working landscapes that have characterized this part of Solano County for well over 150 years. The Conservancy’s approach is to promote sustainable food and agriculture systems as a means of creating a synergy between the agricultural lands, the built and natural environments, community health and natural resource stewardship. Friday Nights at the Farm is the next chapter in the realization of the Green Valley Preserve and the long-term goal of creating community, preserving the rural feeling of Green Valley, and supporting and catalyzing the regional farming system.