The Good Fest Mini Conference

Learn, Meet Other Local Food Lovers, and Celebrate 5 Years of Local Roots NYC on May 15th!

The Good Festival seeks to grow deep roots in the food we eat and the people that grow it. We believe that anyone who eats food plays an important part in our food system, which is why The Good Festival is a unique mini conference that engages New Yorkers of varying culinary and food studies backgrounds to have a closer connection with their food and to collaborate on ways to build an authentic and mindful food system in NYC.  Whether you simply love to eat good food or you’re an aspiring farmer, we look forward to sharing ideas with you. You’ll walk away creative cooking skills, knowledge of farming, a closer relationship with your farmers, and of course, some new, cool friends.

2016 The Good Festival Workshops
Soil and Somatic Experience: Building Trust and Intuitive Management Skills
Farm to Hearth: Local Herbs Are The Heart to WellBeing
Following the Growth of a Peach Tree
Soul to City: Vignettes into a Farmer’s Life
Sustainable Cooking Techniques: Cooking from stem to leaf in a timely way
Soil to City: How Can We Create Deeper Connections Between Eaters in the City With Their Food and Farmers
Building A Branded Community on Instagram: Enhancing Food’s Natural Beauty
Skill Share: Caring For Your Worm Bin, Perfecting Pie Dough

Read more about our workshops and keynote speaker Farmer Zach Wolf.

You’ll be able to purchase small batch provisions at our marketplace from our family of producers, like jam from Anarchy in a Jar, all natural beauty products from Bloomsbury Sq, Lebanese spread from Zesty Z and olive oil from Especially Puglia (bring a wine bottle to fill up!). Read up about the producers and get your taste buds drooling.