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By Scholars Inn Bakehouse
Bakehouse Granola Goes National Sales of Scholars Inn Bakehouse’s popular Bakehouse Granola expanded nationwide last week as it became available for purchase on Amazon.com.

By www.waterworksaquaponics.com
Making Sustainable Agriculture a Reality in Northumberland County

By Slow Food Orange County
Laguna Beach, California Saturday,  March 8th 10AM – 12:30 AM Where:  Laguna Presbyterian Church, Tankersley Hall, 415 Forest Avenue Laguna Beach, CA  92651 Slow Food Orange County is pleased to present well known author, and expert on...

By Slow Food Orange County
Laguna Beach, California September 28th -  Saturday, September 28th 1:00pm - 4:00pm Where:  Tankersley Hall,  415 Forest Avenue Laguna Beach, CA  92651 Slow Food Orange County is pleased to present well known author, and expert on...

By Falbe Publishing
Free online advice for home canners was added at Falbe Publishing, publisher of The Home Canning Guide for Everyone Who Eats. Individuals and media professionals are encouraged to share the tips and promote the use of local food.

By Sustainable Connections
Over a dozen local chefs will prepare a family-style dinner using fresh locally grown and raised foods.

By Aqua Vita Farms
Lettuce is one of the first wholesale products sold in New York City using aquaponics, a combination of hydroponics and aquaculture within a closed environment system.

By Birke on The Farm
13 year old author and advocate joins gardeners, farmers, students and consumers at the Second Annual Tennessee Local Food Summit to promote children's book on local food and farming

By The Family Fish Farms Network
The Family Fish Farms Network plans 400 Aquaponic Urban Farms to create 10,000 new green well paying jobs announces crowd funding effort based upon Obama admins new law to help small business acquire small investments.

By MyFreshLocal.com
MyFreshLocal.com announced the launch of its crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo. Money raised through the campaign will be used to build a more powerful toolset and improved user experience for users of MyFreshLocal.com.

By Madison Area CSA Coalition
In an innovative program to encourage healthy eating and community engagement with local farms, some Wisconsin insurance companies offer a rebate to policyholders who are members of community supported agriculture farms.

By Philpott Communications
Pioneer Festival at Black Creek Pioneer Village

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By Scholars Inn Bakehouse
Bakehouse Granola Goes National Sales of Scholars Inn Bakehouse’s popular Bakehouse Granola expanded nationwide last week as it became available for purchase on Amazon.com.

By www.waterworksaquaponics.com
Making Sustainable Agriculture a Reality in Northumberland County

By Slow Food Orange County
Laguna Beach, California Saturday,  March 8th 10AM – 12:30 AM Where:  Laguna Presbyterian Church, Tankersley Hall, 415 Forest Avenue Laguna Beach, CA  92651 Slow Food Orange County is pleased to present well known author, and expert on...

By Food Metrics Coalition
New law will strengthen the state’s local-food economy and protect New York farms

By Slow Food Orange County
Laguna Beach, California September 28th -  Saturday, September 28th 1:00pm - 4:00pm Where:  Tankersley Hall,  415 Forest Avenue Laguna Beach, CA  92651 Slow Food Orange County is pleased to present well known author, and expert on...

By Falbe Publishing
Free online advice for home canners was added at Falbe Publishing, publisher of The Home Canning Guide for Everyone Who Eats. Individuals and media professionals are encouraged to share the tips and promote the use of local food.

By The Pointer, Brill
Seasonal food, exceptional meals, and Great Buckinghamshire Beer...

By Sustainable Connections
Over a dozen local chefs will prepare a family-style dinner using fresh locally grown and raised foods.

By www.cityfoodgrowers.com
For hobby food growers, such as backyard gardeners, schools and community gardens, planting crops suitable for their local climate and at the right time of the year is becoming more and more challenging with climate change. Here are some solutions.

By Village Homesteading Mundelein
Village Homesteading Mundelein, a local non-profit group, will host a fundraiser, and rally for Local Food by screening a rough-cut of the movie Food Patriots at Mavericks Bar and Grill on Monday, December 17, 2012 at 7:30 p.m in Mundelein, IL.

By Aqua Vita Farms
Lettuce is one of the first wholesale products sold in New York City using aquaponics, a combination of hydroponics and aquaculture within a closed environment system.

By Birke on The Farm
13 year old author and advocate joins gardeners, farmers, students and consumers at the Second Annual Tennessee Local Food Summit to promote children's book on local food and farming

By The Family Fish Farms Network
The Family Fish Farms Network plans 400 Aquaponic Urban Farms to create 10,000 new green well paying jobs announces crowd funding effort based upon Obama admins new law to help small business acquire small investments.

By Penventon Park Hotel
The Penventon Park Hotel has announced that it will host a free one-day asparagus festival on Sunday 27th May to celebrate this fantastic seasonal ingredient, with a mixture of asparagus recipes, tasters, food stalls, and cookery demonstrations.

By Berkshire Farm & Table
On September 15, the Outstanding in the Field bus will be arriving in the Berkshires at Indian Line Farm in South Egremont, the birthplace of the first CSA. Chef Brian Alberg from The Red Lion Inn will be presenting a five-course meal to 150 guests.

By MyFreshLocal.com
MyFreshLocal.com announced the launch of its crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo. Money raised through the campaign will be used to build a more powerful toolset and improved user experience for users of MyFreshLocal.com.

By Berkshire Grown
In 2011, Berkshire Grown Holiday Farmers’ Markets brought together more than 60 regional vendors in November and 75-plus vendors in December and facilitated an economic impact of more than $100,000 for participating vendors of the holiday markets.

By Madison Area CSA Coalition
In an innovative program to encourage healthy eating and community engagement with local farms, some Wisconsin insurance companies offer a rebate to policyholders who are members of community supported agriculture farms.

By The Travel Word
Yes, we did use spirits while making small delicious cheese pies, called kalitsounia, in a traditional hillside village of western Crete, the largest of the islands of Greece.

By Philpott Communications
Pioneer Festival at Black Creek Pioneer Village

By Richard Widenka for Sedlescombe Vineyard
Glamorous TV chef Sarah Wiener - famed throughout Germany and much of Europe for her 'Culinary adventures' shows visits an English vineyard.. (text issued as an extended picture caption).

By Katie Sullivan
Edible South Florida, has been awarded the 2011 Publication of the Year Award from the James Beard Foundation, along with the nearly 70 other titles currently publishing within the Edible Communities network of regional food magazines.

By Michele McKinley
Donate spare gardening tools for Advocates for Health in Action’s (AHA) Garden Tool Drive. Donate tools on Monday, March 21, at WakeMed Cary Hospital (outside the main entrance), 1900 Kildaire Farm Rd. in Cary, 11 am-1 pm.

By Michele McKinley
Market Restaurant hosts benefit dinner on Feb. 23 with 100% of proceeds benefiting Advocates for Health in Action's local community garden initiatives and Dig In!

By Laurie Daschuk, Executive Director
The BC Centre for Food & Beverage Marketers tour will allow food & beverage industry professionals to have an inside look at two influential businesses and learn about trends shaping our market place and enjoy a unique educational experience.

By Michele McKinley
Advocates for Health in Action (AHA) presents Dig In, the second annual community gardens summit, on Saturday, March 5, from 8:30 am-1:00 pm at Marbles Kids Museum in downtown Raleigh.

By Buffalo To Go
Buffalo To Go, an online restaurant delivery service will enable the people of Buffalo to order meals from some of the city’s best locally owned restaurants.

By Kipling Godwin
Columbus County is one of seven counties in North Carolina chosen to pilot test a new project that will promote three existing nutrition programs - WIC and Seniors Farmers Market Nutrition Programs (FMNP), and 21st Century Farmers Markets program.

By WHL Group
If you want to taste the real essence of a place, you need to hit the streets and see what’s cooking. Food is a sure-fire way to get straight to the heart of a country and its people.

By Green Collar Technologies
Attendees will learn gardening and cooking techniques that are affordable and simple to prepare. Easy to understand natural farming techniques and cooking recipes will be provided so anyone can recreate the dishes after the event.

By Sustainable Design Group
New partnership of diverse professions brings aquaponics training to the desktop.

By Colleen Oteri, Green Restaurant Association,
One of just 25 3-star certified restaurants in the U.S. to receive the top rating for sustainable practices from the national nonprofit Green Restaurant Association (GRA).

By Tripbod
During our recent Food & Travel webinar, the panel of experts came up with some excellent tips on how to really explore the local food and gastronomy of places when you travel. Here are some of the best....

By Worldwide Aquaculture, LLC
New Synergy of Design and Science to Advance the Growing of Vegetables With Fish

By George Bowers Grocery
George Bowers Grocery, an independent neighborhood store in Staunton, Virginia, marks its first year "re-opened". A grocery bearing the same name operated in the same location from 1881 until the early 20th century.

By evisionArts.com
Print on Demand – the modern way to spread the eat local food message

By Cascade Harvest Coalition
Cascade Harvest Coalition's annual Eat Local for Thanksgiving campaign is an invitation to pledge your commitment to supporting local food production by having at least one locally produced food item on your holiday table.

By Handcrafted Chicken Coops
A new home-farming trend sweeping North America is seeing chicken coops and small flocks of chickens appearing in suburban backyards. In response, Handcrafted Chicken Coops is offering affordable, portable chicken coops to backyard farmers.

By BUY LOCAL SAVE LOCAL
The Mayor of Halifax Peter Kelly endorses a new private BUY LOCAL initiative, for the province of Nova Scotia.

By SCP PR
Find locally grown produce on the plates and in the martini glasses, of this award winning restaurant.

By peakdistrictfarming.co.uk
Petition to save a peak district village's stilton cheese is posted on no 10 website. People who love local food, heritage and the peak district are being asked to support the campaign and sign up online.



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