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Michel Nischan Named 2015 Humanitarian of the Year by James Beard Foundation

Chef Michel Nischan makes us happy and is someone that we look up to in so many ways. He worked with Paul Newman to create the legendary Dressing Room in Westport that was one of Connecticut’s first farm-to-table restaurants. 357 more words

Special Event

Teachings from a food conference

I believe Michael Pollan was the one who said food serves money purposes.  For satisfying hunger, to keep us healthy, part of nature’s sustainability, and last but not the least, it has socio-political and cultural implications.   569 more words

Summits And Conferences

From Farms to Fisheries: Biking from CT to ME with Glenn Charles on His Farm to Table Cycle Tour

You’ve probably been there. You got that shiny new bike, mom or dad took off the training wheels, and then it was your time. Your time to prove to yourself and the world that you could do it…you could actually bike. 1,317 more words

City

Help Grow a Fresh Food Movement

Alarming but true: Nearly 24 million people in the US live in neighborhoods where fresh produce isn’t available. Wholesome Wave is a national nonprofit that strives to make healthy, locally grown food more affordable and available to people in underserved rural and urban communities. 130 more words

Partner Buzz

Top 5 Reasons I Love Farmers Markets!

Hello friends,

Happy Friday + Happy Farmers Market Week!

In honor of Farmers’ Market Week, I am doing things slightly different today. Rather than discussing food/lifestyle/empowerment articles, I am sharing the… 532 more words

Food

What if SNAP were more like WIC?!

Earlier this month, I came across this great article on Twitter  “Access to Good Food as Preventive Medicine” by Erin Marcus and I would really encourage you all to read it because she makes some great points. 365 more words

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