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Monday, December 18, 2017
Field to Flowers Newsletter
2017 Field To Vase Dinner Tour Ends With a Beautiful Sunset
The last stop on the 2017 American Grown Field to Vase Dinner Tour was not only the perfect finale, it was among the tour's most unique destinations.
Over 150 people attended the last American Grown Field to Vase Dinner of 2017 at FernTrust Inc. in Seville, Florida. Photo by Wings of Glory Photography.
After all, how many people can say they've dined on a fern and foliage farm in the middle of the "Fern Capital of the World?" A sold-out crowd did just that Nov. 18 when the Field to Vase Dinner Tour came to FernTrust Inc. in Seville, Florida.
National Floral Tour Meets Up With Food Tour at Grateful Table
America's flower farmers joined with agriculture and tourism industry partners to support a pop-up feast to thank first responders and raise funds for wildfire recovery efforts in Northern California's wine country. The event, The Grateful Table, was held Tuesday, Nov. 21 in an idyllic vineyard at the Napa-Sonoma County line.
Camille White of Venn Floral helps place arrangements
down the long table for Tuesday's event.
With its experience managing the American Grown Field to Vase Dinner Tour, the California Cut Flower Commission was contacted by Visit California, California's official state tourism bureau, to design a beautiful tablescape. The arrangements were sent home with the first responders who were invited to attend and recognized for their efforts during the benefit dinner.
CCFC CEO & Ambassador Kasey Cronquist with first responders
who were honored during Tuesday's event and presented with flowers
for their heroic efforts during the deadly wildfires that swept through the region.