Happy Farm Aid Day!!!!! Laura here. You all might remember me from the list of Farm Aid staffers of yesteryear. One of my concert tasks at last year’s show was to organize the first ever HOMEGROWN Village – a task that was both a pleasure and an inspiration. This is the place at the show where food and farming organizations transform the concert into an interactive space where concert-goers can touch and feel what it means to grow and eat Good Food.
These days I work for an organization called Red Tomato. We source delicious, regionally grown family farmed food into grocery stores and other wholesale venues. We are pleased to be an exhibitor in the HOMEGROWN Village where we are conducting the first-ever playing of the Eco Apple Wheel of Fortune. It should be an awesometastic good time. Come see the village and if you are lucky, I will introduce to my friend here, Mr. Macomber.