Sukkot, with its Biblical origins, marked the end of the agricultural year. To commemorate the end of the growing season, celebrants build a Sukkah, a festive temporary dwelling reminiscent of the huts Biblical farmers lived in during harvest season in the fields. For a period of seven days, families gather and have meals in the Sukkah.
This year, Katchkie Farm will host their first ever Sukkot celebration, within a sukkah built in the field! We will be sharing this day with many of our students, supporters, and the broader Columbia County community, and would love to see you there.