Community Dinner: Chikaming Open Lands

Date Apr 30 2023
Time 6:30-7:30PM
Cost: $100.00

Granor Farm is fortunate to be rooted in a region supported by a variety of organizations devoted to improving the common good. Granor’s “Community Dinner” series connects diners with regional place-makers with Granor Farm as a philanthropic partner. Our program begins with a discussion orientated around the organization and how it connects to the region, followed by a multi-course meal showcasing ingredients grown by Granor and to the organization's mission.


Join us for an evening in support of Chikaming Open Lands, an accredited land conservancy that has been protecting green spaces in southern Berrien County since 1999.

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Chikaming Open Lands is an accredited land conservancy, dedicated to preserving and protecting open spaces in southern Berrien County. Founded in 1999 by a group of concerned members of the community, the organization currently protects over 2000 acres and growing. Its mission is to protect and restore native plant and animal habitat in the area, improve water quality throughout the Galien River watershed and in Lake Michigan, as well as to protect ecologically significant forests, prairies, wetlands, prime farmland, and other open spaces in the community.

The event begins with drinks and a conversation with Chikaming Open Lands Executive Director, Ryan Postema, about Chikaming Open Lands' history, their land conservation goals, and what makes the organization such an integral part of the Harbor Country community. Immediately after the talk, a multi-course dinner featuring crops grown by Granor and inspired by our local parks and preserves, will be served in our Greenhouse. Along with the dinner, beverage pairings will be curated by Ellie Mullins of P+E Bottleshop in Three Oaks.

This ticket includes a $150 donation to Chikaming Open Lands that will be collected at the time of booking. Please know we are not a restaurant open to the public. All dinners are ticketed by advance reservation only and include beverage pairings. No outside alcohol is allowed.


Getting to Granor Farm

Farm Store & Farm
3480 Warren Woods Road
Three Oaks, MI 49128

Greenhouse & School House
3520 Warren Woods Road
Three Oaks, MI 49128


Downtown Three Oaks: Three Oaks Rd. (north) to Warren Woods Rd.

St. Joseph & Chicago: I-94 Exit 6 (Union Pier)

New Buffalo: Red Arrow Highway (north) to Warren Woods Rd.

Niles: Highway 12 West to Pardee Rd. to Warren Woods Rd.

We are located 7 miles east of Red Arrow Highway or 3 miles north of Highway 12 on Warren Woods Road, between Log Cabin Road and Pardee Road.

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Events , What's happening on the farm this season

There’s a bunch of great reasons to visit the farm all year round, from our annual Seedling Sale, to visiting the Farm Store, to participating in our CSA or Farm Camp programs. And coming later this year, we hope to return to hosting dinners on the farm.

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