Dick deGraff, who with his wife, Vic Ladd-deGraff, founded Grindstone Farm, will speak at noon Sunday, April 6 at First Universalist Society of Central Square, 3243 Fulton Ave. (state Route 49 west of U.S. Route 11).
DeGraff has more than 30 years of experience as an organic farmer and mentors young farmers. His operation, south of Pulaski, was a Community Supported Agriculture supplier for many years, providing produce to families in Syracuse and Central New York. The farm continues to provide ways for folks to support local and community agriculture.
For more information about the farm, visit its website at www.grindstonefarm.com.
DeGraff will speak as part of the Voices for Worker Equality Series co-sponsored by the church and the Workers’ Center of Central New York, based in Syracuse.
The program is free, but donations will be accepted to support the Workers’ Center, which strives to empower low-wage and vulnerable workers.
Light refreshments will be served.