Deborah Messenger, owner of Halcomb's Knob Farm in Garrard County, is the organizer and host for Saturday's debut Field to Fork Festival. Messenger has a background in environmental education, and has worked for the Indiana Division of Soil Conservation and the Indianapolis Zoo. She wants people to learn more about the food grown in their local areas. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff
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Deborah Messenger, owner of Halcomb's Knob Farm in Garrard County, is the organizer and host for Saturday's debut Field to Fork Festival. Messenger has a background in environmental education, and has worked for the Indiana Division of Soil Conservation and the Indianapolis Zoo. She wants people to learn more about the food grown in their local areas. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff gkocher1@herald-leader.com Greg Kocher | Staff
Deborah Messenger, owner of Halcomb's Knob Farm in Garrard County, is the organizer and host for Saturday's debut Field to Fork Festival. Messenger has a background in environmental education, and has worked for the Indiana Division of Soil Conservation and the Indianapolis Zoo. She wants people to learn more about the food grown in their local areas. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff gkocher1@herald-leader.com Greg Kocher | Staff

New Field to Fork Festival doubles as learning experience

July 17, 2011 12:00 AM