The local food justice advocacy organization has made over their annual fundraiser, which returns on October 30.
It’s a short month, but from starting your tomato seeds to community greening, there’s still lots to do.
A roundup of resources and events to help you learn more and act locally.
Urban ag opportunities, all-you-can-eat-and-drink tasting events, a candy factory tour and more.
Just Share is essentially a subsidy program that supports families using SNAP benefits to buy community-supported agriculture shares.
While the topics ranged from seed saving, soil science and starting a food business to school food, greening urban infrastructure, food education, advocacy and policy, the underlying themes were community and equity.
The conference will focus on the importance of equity in the food system on a variety of scales. We went last year and have been looking forward to its return ever since.
This class teaches basic farm-centric education methods and introduces styles of learning and workshop planning.
The young Councilman Kallos wants a New York where healthy meals are accessible to all, obesity is long gone and every street corner composts and recycles.
For this Friday’s Food Day, we’re honoring some of our local heroes. Who would you add to this list?
In addition to celebrating the appointment of a new executive director, Let Us Eat Local was an opportunity to showcase the bounty of the season.
Joan Gussow will be in the audience at Edible Institute in May. We asked her where she thinks the food world is headed.