Featuring: Dinner prepared with organic produce, locally sourced beer, wine and cider, Pesticides & Climate Forum, silent auction fundraiser, raffle games, award celebration & more!
This is NCAP's most important event of the year, and a celebration of successes for our board, staff, supporters and community! Your attendance enables NCAP to continue outreach in our community and to play a critical role in pesticide reform. New this year is the Pesticides and Climate Forum where you will learn from local and regional experts about the link between pesticides and climate change.
Friday, September 30, 2016
5 pm - 8 pm
Eggplant Parmesan (Vegetarian)
Mixed Greens with Candied Pecans, Feta, Dried Cranberries and Dijon Balsamic (Vegetarian)
Fresh, Seasonal Vegetable Medley (Vegan)
Grandma’s Rolls and Butter
Dessert Dash: Tables choose from an assortment of delicious local desserts to share. Tables bid to receive first choice of desserts available. The highest table bid receives first choice of desserts, second highest chooses second, and so on.
6pm-7pm Dinner and Climate Change Forum
7pm-8pm Award Celebration, Dessert Dash and Checkout
Buy an entire table and we will reserve it for you and your guests!
Love delicious healthy food? This dinner is also a marquee event for anyone wanting to network, eat, and celebrate with individuals in the natural foods and products industry. We are grateful for all of the local partners contributing to this year's menu.
NCAP is excited to present the Rachel Carson Award to the following individuals for each of our program areas.
Click Here to read about these amazing community members!
Healthy Food & Farms Program Awardees:
The Sommer Family of Purple Sage Farms, Organic Farmers in Idaho
Healthy People & Communities Awardee:
Diane Hardee, Retired Teacher in Washington State
Healthy Wildlife & Water Awardee:
Dr. Amy Dreves, Research and Extension Entomologist
- September 30, 2016 at 5pm – 9pm
Vets Club Ballroom
1626 Willamette St
Eugene, OR 97401
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- $30.00 USD
- 59 people are going