Event connects farmers, consumers

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Posted: July 1, 2013

The Winchester Star

Ryder Williams with Rappahannock County-based MTO Kombucha pours samples of fermented black tea at a Meet the Farmers dinner at Historic Long Branch. The nonalcoholic tea promotes digestive health. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)

BOYCE — More than 120 people learned about the benefits of buying and eating locally grown food Sunday afternoon at Historic Long Branch in Clarke County.

The Warrenton-based Piedmont Environmental…

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