Dinner to complement sustainable farming and land conservation program

The Northern Neck Land Conservancy (NNLC) will hold a dinner and sustainable farming and land conservation program at 6 p.m. August 22 at Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club, 362 Club Drive, Kilmarnock.

Guest speakers will be Cathy Calhoun and her husband, Paul Grosklags, who own Ditchley Cider Works in Balls Neck.

They will describe the journey which led these former naval officers to establish their business and protect the property, said NNLC executive director Elizabeth Friel. Two thousand special cider apple trees produce three distinct ciders, kegged and bottled on the property. Cows, pigs, ducks, geese and turkeys eat the apple waste and fertilize…


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