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Through Farms & Fields

photo by Ellen Watson

Join us on Sunday, August 4, 2024, for Through Farms & Fields, our annual country supper. This year’s event will be held at the Channing Sculpture Garden in Bridgehampton, hosted by the Channing Family.


We are thrilled to honor this year’s passionate Trust supporters, Andrew and Kate Davis, philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and supporters of conservation on the East End and beyond. Andrew and Kate played a major role in the Trust’s acquisition of the 100-acre Broad Cove property in Aquebogue and have funded a multi-million-dollar effort to improve the water quality of Georgica Pond through research, mitigation, and land acquisition within the watershed.

“Finding solutions to the water quality challenges that are facing many of our East End ponds and bays is of utmost importance to us. We are excited to partner with the Trust in this endeavor.”

Andrew Davis

The funds raised from Through Farms & Fields support the Trust’s mission to conserve Long Island’s working farms, natural lands, and heritage for our communities now and in the future.

To make a pledge to support this event or make a donation, please contact Amanda Abraham, Director of Development at 631.283.3195 ext. 120. Sponsorship levels and benefits are listed below. We are grateful for your participation!

2024 Sponsorship Opportunities

Legacy Benefactor $50,000 $48,500 charitable contribution

  • One table for twelve to the country supper, with priority seating close to the stage.
  • Prominent recognition (with logo) on digital and print event outreach and at the event, including press releases. **
  • Special “Thank You” at the event during the welcome speech.
  • A two-page spread in the event journal. *
  • Private tour of select properties protected by the Trust at a mutually convenient time.

Land Steward $25,000 $23,750 charitable contribution

  • One table for ten to the country supper.
  • One full page custom notice in the event journal. *
  • Recognition (with logo) on digital and print event outreach and at the event. **

Patron $10,000 $9,250 charitable contribution

  • Six tickets to the country supper.
  • One half page custom notice in the event journal. *
  • Name recognition on event signage, journal, and invitation. **

Advocate $5,000 $4,500 charitable contribution

  • Four tickets to the country supper.
  • One half page custom notice in the event journal. *
  • Name recognition on event signage, journal, and invitation. **

Friend $1,500 $1,250 charitable contribution

  • Two tickets to the country supper.
  • One quarter page custom notice in the event journal. *
  • Name recognition on event signage, journal, and invitation. **

Event Journal Opportunity*

Event journal recognition (with logo) and custom notices are fully tax deductible unless they contain qualitative or comparative language, price information, indications of savings or value, or an endorsement to purchase, sell or use such products or services.

  • Business Card (3" x 2") - $320
  • Quarter Page (2.75" x 4.25") - $400
  • Half Page (5.5" x 4.25") - $800
  • Full Page (5.5" x 8.5") - $1,200

**May 15, 2024, deadline for inclusion on event invitation

Past locations for Through Farms & Fields:

  • 2023: The Port of Missing Men, North Sea
  • 2022: Whitecap Farm, Water Mill
  • 2021: A Virtual Celebration of Our Local Bounty
  • 2020: A Virtual Celebration of Our Local Bounty
  • 2019: Ocean View Farm, Bridgehampton
  • 2018: Salt Air Farm, Cutchogue
  • 2017: Whitecap Farm, Water Mill
  • 2016: Quail Hill Farm, Amagansett
  • 2015: McCall Ranch, Cutchogue
  • 2014: Ward's Point, Shelter Island
  • 2013: The Port of Missing Men, North Sea
  • 2012: Whitecap Farm, Water Mill
  • 2011: Ocean View Farm, Bridgehampton
  • 2010: The Port of Missing Men, North Sea
  • 2009: Channing Family Sculpture Garden, Bridgehampton
  • 2008: Whitecap Farm, Water Mill
  • 2007: Ocean View Farm, Bridgehampton
  • 2006: Ocean View Farm, Bridgehampton
  • 2005: Wild Ocean Farm, Bridgehampton
  • 2004: Ocean View Farm, Bridgehampton
  • 2003: Galban Barn, Sagaponack
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