This June, the Strolling of the Heifers in Brattleboro, Vermont wants to connect people to local food and the farmers who grow it.
This month is ripe with foraging tours, conferences and garden prep.
Thoughts on local gin, new books, food waste startups and restaurant shenanigans are only a few of the topics that our editorial staff is reading about this week.
Something feels right about buying food off of a sailboat rather than a diesel truck.
GreenHouse is more than the country’s largest penal colony’s farm initiative; it’s a little-known oasis of calm and beauty in the unlikeliest of landscapes.
Hey Obama, hail to the chief for your speech about regulating carbon and cleaning up power plants! In that spirit, maybe you want to make a dinner reservation at Northern Spy tonight?
Partway through Eat-Drink-Local week, our annual 8-day festival for our foodshed, we took a moment to get the scoop on how Whole Foods Market sources many of its products from small and local producers.
The 250 prisoner-run GreenHouse isn’t just the country’s largest penal colony’s farm initiative — and it grows a lot more than vegetables and herbs.
Join us at the Fifth Annual Taste of Greenmarket on Wednesday, June 27, 2012 where we’ll feast on fancy fare inspired by the summer’s bounty at our local Greenmarkets and sip seasonal cocktails, all in honor of pioneering women in agriculture.
In an effort to promote local, sustainable and organic foods, Chefs Collaborative and Organic Valley have teamed up to host a series of Earth Dinners. A portion of proceeds from the meals will go to helping Chefs Collaborative–a non-profit network of chefs working to celebrate local foods and foster a more sustainable food supply–achieve their mission.
We dare you to join in our locavore game.
Dawn to dusk, he marshals that chaotic cornucopia’s peas and queues.