Benefit Dinner for CCPC

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Benefit Dinner for CCPC

Bill White speaks about the farm to the Christian Center's guests.

Bill White speaks about the farm to the Christian Center's guests.

Our nonprofit mission is to heal the earth through sustainable, non-chemical methods, and we're trying to build a community around these values in hopes of creating a bigger impact. One of our signature, nonprofit programs that helps us build that type of community is our benefit dinner program. For the benefit dinner, we donate the food and labor to provide an incredible experience for other nonprofit organizations in Park City who then use this dinner to raise funds for their organization. It is just one of the ways we're giving back to our community and trying to heal the earth. 

On Monday, July 31st we hosted guests of the Christian Center of Park City to help them raise funds for their Capital Campaign. They are constructing a new building that will increase the capacity of their food pantry, increase the size of their counseling center, and even provide a kitchen demonstration area, as part of their food pantry, to help their clients cook nutritious and delicious meals. They are an incredible organization doing great work in our community, and we're thrilled in partnering with them in our Farm-to-pantry program, our cooking demonstrations, and our compositing program.  

To find out more about our benefit programs, please check out our webpage here: http://billwhitefarms.org/nonprofit-programs/#farmdinners

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Utah Wool Growers Assocation

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Utah Wool Growers Assocation

Bill White, of Bill White Farms, spoke today (July 31st, 2017) to the Utah Wool Growers Association during lunch at Billy Blancos in Park City, Utah. Bill talked about the importance of education and how the farm is on the cutting edge of agricultural sustainability. Through sustainable methods, we can help lower the costs of producing lamb and other livestock for all growers. 

The Utah Wool Growers Association mission is to: "Support all lamb and wool producers of Utah by offering education, legislation, conservation, and marketing initiatives in a productive atmosphere of unity, protection,
and service." You can find their website here: Link

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Park Record: Bill White group heaps praise on Oakley rodeo organizers

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Park Record: Bill White group heaps praise on Oakley rodeo organizers

Bill White at the Oakley Rodeo

Bill White at the Oakley Rodeo

Editor:

I want to personally thank all of the wonderful volunteers that put on a true local Fourth of July tradition: The Oakley Rodeo. Bill White Farms was honored to be the presenting sponsor for the first time in the rodeo's 82nd year, and our team, guests, and other sponsors, all had a hugely enjoyable time. All four night were sellouts, and the combination of competition, family, community pride in our western way of life, and love of country, were on display each night in an incredible setting.

We had a blast meeting new people from our Summit County community, seeing old friends, and sharing the mission of Bill White Farms at the rodeo. Bill White Farms is a nonprofit whose mission is to sustain our community through food. We grow it, and we share it. We provide educational tours for organizations and children all over the county that want to learn more about sustainable farming and ranching practices. We supply food through our farm-to-pantry program to fill the plates of our neighbors. And we also hold cooking classes at the farm to help folks incorporate our local produce into their family meals. We were happy to share our story, and some of our farm animals, with all of the rodeo attendees.

A big thank you to Gerald Young, Ken Woolstenhulme, Andy Woolstenhulme, Matt Russell, Sam Aplanalp and all of the other members of the Oakley Rodeo and Celebration Committee for allowing us to get involved this year. Thanks also to the other event sponsors, and to all of the participants, volunteers, and attendees that made it such a great success. Park City and Summit County are a special place to celebrate our nation's birthday, and we were happy to be part of such a great community tradition this year.

Bill White
Bill White Farms and Bill White Restaurant Group

Ken Woolstenhulme, Mike Osguthorpe, and Matt Russell at the Oakley Rodeo 2017

Ken Woolstenhulme, Mike Osguthorpe, and Matt Russell at the Oakley Rodeo 2017

Gerald Young, Bill White, and Ken Woolstenhulme at the Oakley Rodeo 2017.

Gerald Young, Bill White, and Ken Woolstenhulme at the Oakley Rodeo 2017.

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