AUGUST 14, 2015 • CRAFTSBURY COMMON, VT • Sterling College is proud to announce that world-renowned master cheese maker and educator Ivan Larcher will be presenting on campus. His talk, “French Farmhouse Cheese,” is co-sponsored by the Cellars at Jasper Hill and will be given on Monday, August 24, at 6:45 p.m. in Common House. This talk is free and open to the public.
Larcher is a former tutor at the Centre Fromager in Carmejane, France, a college running programs for farmhouse cheesemakers. He also ran his own courses from his training facility, in the Limousin region of France. Ivan lecturers and provides technical advice to cheesemakers in North America, Israel, Slovenia, Croatia, Spain, Morocco, Algiers, and the United Kingdom, where he has organized courses with the Specialist Cheesemakers and Duchy College.
Larcher has been an instructor for the Artisan Cheese program at Sterling College since its inception in January of 2014. He teaches short courses designed to provide students with the practical and scientific knowledge needed to craft small-scale artisan cheese. These courses are presented in partnership with the Cellars at Jasper Hill in Greensboro, Vermont.
In his talk, “French Farmhouse Cheese,” Larcher will share how he makes a living in France with a 20 cow dairy and creamery. He will also discuss the support systems for beginning farmers in France. There will be a Q&A session with the audience. Refreshments, featuring award winning cheeses by the Cellars at Jasper Hill, will be available for all to enjoy.
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