Vermont furniture maker Charles Shackleton created The Naked Table Project to promote a sustainable lifestyle by connecting people to each other and the land through the process of making a Vermont Maple table. On July 13-14, The Naked Table Project-Hardwick will lay 18 handmade Naked Tables end-to-end to create a 90-food harvest table for a "localvore" lunch in celebration of local, sustainable agriculture.
The event will be hosted at the Lakeview Inn in Greensboro, Vt., with proceeds benefiting the Center for an Agricultural Economy.
“Hardwick is a natural location for The Naked Table Project because of its deep commitment to and celebration of sustainable agriculture,” said Andrew B. Meyer, founder and president of Vermont Natural Coatings. “The historic Lakeview Inn provides an ideal venue for the construction of the tables and for the localvore lunch which host local agricultural entrepreneurs whom have contributed to Hardwick’s ‘growing economy’.”
Tickets for the lunch and table project reservations can be made by calling Vermont Natural Coatings at 802.472.8700 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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