Looking for something to tickle the taste buds this autumn? The Great Lakes Food Trail returns on Sunday, April 22 to coincide with World Earth Day. Discover the Mid North Coast region’s finest producers along a trail through green hills and stunning lakeside views.
Visit a variety of local farms, wineries and cafes, take an educational tour and enjoy tasting experiences along the way. Open from 10am to 4pm, the Great Lakes Food Trail brings together a group of like-minded producers and providores who open their properties to the public.
Holding this event on Earth Day is significant as it encompasses the values held dearly by members of The Great Lakes Food Trail.
Earth Day is a global event each year, with more than one billion people in 192 countries taking part in what is the largest civic-minded day of action in the world with people committed to protecting the planet and its biodiversity.
The Great Lakes Food Trail president and Topi Open Range farm owner, Sue Williams said: “We are so excited to present the results of our hard work to locals and visitors to the Great Lakes region and to showcase how the values of the Food Trail contribute to the ideals of Earth Day.
“By opening our doors to visitors to educate and present our fresh and ethically grown produce, which is also transformed into delicious treats, fine wines and beverages of the region, we are also trying to eliminate our reliance on single-use plastics and unnecessary waste.”
The Great Lakes Food Trail has grown in 2018 to include 13 unique stops to enjoy along the way.