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Volunteer Training - August 13

Farm to School (F2S) in Northeast Georgia seeks volunteers to serve during the coming school year as it expands into North Habersham Middle School in Clarkesville and South Habersham Middle School in Cornelia, and continues at Hilliard A. 194 more words

Field of Dreams

You can’t watch the news without seeing another grim story on the declining healthy eating habits in our country. It is a crisis in every sector of our culture regardless of age, socioeconomic background, ethnicity, gender, and geographic location. 696 more words

Hey - Camp's over!

The last day of garden camp at South Habersham has come and gone.

            Miss Ann told us how to use a chart that says when to plant something and the number of days until you can harvest it. 235 more words


My Organic Garden

Well, I must say that the whole blog idea is great…for those with the time. I’ve not forgotten to blog; in fact, I have tens of drafts that span March and April. 1,332 more words


From Tank to Table? The Potential of Local Produce Without the Farm

Local continues to be the emerging killer quality marker in American food culture. Roughly half of American consumers have bought local produce in the past year, according to a recent poll by The Hartman Group. 212 more words

Bistro Kids

Connecting Students and Farmers—Still Trying | FoodAnthropology

This campaign (just down the road from me) has already done amazing work to get the conversation and the organizing started for regional products to be used in the Southeastern Louisiana University campus purchasing process; FYI-this university sits within a very active farming community and many of its farmers sell to nearby New Orleans outlets. 122 more words

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Institutional Food Market Coalition 8th Annual Meeting Recap

On May 29th, Dane County UW Extension hosted the 8th Annual Institutional Food Market Coalition meeting at the Alliant Energy Center. 100 local and regional food producers, institutional buyers, distributors, and representatives from local food organizations attended to network, sample, and hear presentations on this year’s theme, “Innovative Approaches to the Local Supply Chain.” If you are an institutional buyer, distributor, or local food producer looking to sell on a large scale, contact IFM Coordinator Claire Strader at  20 more words

DCFC Notes And Remarks