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2/26/19
Unlocking Our Food Systems Change Capacity: A Network Leadership Retreat May 7-10, 2019 University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire Are you a local, regional, or national network leader looking to increase systems-level collaboration for food systems change? Eager to connect with fellow network leaders, learn new skills, and challenge old ways of thinking? Then join the Wallace Center’s
1/15/19
New England Food System Capacity-Building Project : Building Capacity for Food System Transformation Call for Co-Creation Team Members Apply by January 29. Notification by February 5. If you are passionate about racial equity in the food system, how we tell our stories, and democratic empowerment and participatory leadership, please consider applying for a spot on this short-term team! Please
1/15/19
This article, by Curtis Ogden, orginally appeared on the IISC blog. “We are the living conduit to all life. When we contemplate the vastness of the interwoven network that we are tied to, our individual threads of life seem far less fragile.” – Sherri Mitchell, from Sacred Instructions Photo by Marie Voegtli, “network” shared under provisions of Creative Commons Attribution License 2.0. Last week
1/15/19
This article was originally published on TuftsNow. By Laura Ferguson January 15, 2019 Tufts, Harvard, and Boston College are coming together to support sustainable regional agriculture by investing in New England farms that can help them provide fresh, seasonable vegetables in their dining halls throughout the academic year. The three schools, all of which operate independent dining services,
12/18/18
This post orginally appeared on the website of FSNE Network Team partner Eating with the Ecosystem. Please support their work! GUEST BLOG BY HAYLEY FRANZ, URI MARINE AFFAIRS STUDENT Hayley volunteering at one of Eating with the Ecosystem’s Scales & Tales Food Boat events this fall. On November 29, 2018 I had the pleasure of listening to two graduate students talk about their studies at the

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