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1/23/17
This post originally appeared on Ferment , the Real Pickles blog. The extraordinary political events taking place in our country are affecting us deeply here at Real Pickles Co-operative , as they are for so many others. They highlight how far we have to go to build the just, democratic, and sustainable society we wish to see. We are reminded why all of us here take Real Pickles’ social mission
1/10/17
The Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success ( ORIS ) has been operating and developing their New American Sustainable Agricultural Program ( NASAP ) since 2012, primarily running their training program out of their Dunbarton Fresh Start Farms location along with a few other sites. After five years of operations, which resulted in significant soil building and infrastructure, we have
1/5/17
The Skinny Pancake and Vermont PBS are pleased to announce The Local Motive , a new, six- part television series that explores Vermont’s Farm to Plate food system, the most comprehensive local food system plan in the country. The Local Motive will air on Vermont PBS starting in January, 2017. The project is a collaboration between The Skinny Pancake , Vermont PBS , and Jaime Williams of Von Dier
12/19/16
In 2015, the Food Solutions New England (FSNE) Network Team began a year-long process to better understand how we could support the region in achieving the New England Food Vision . The Vision describes a future in which at least 50% of our food is grown, raised, and harvested in New England and no one goes hungry. It looks ahead to the year 2060 and sees farming and fishing as important regional
12/8/16
The Maine Sustainable Agriculture Society is leading an effort to develop technology and infrastructure to help farmers keep growing year-round in Maine. Their Sustainable Year Round Agriculture (SYRA) project is connecting Maine ’ s agricultural economy with the manufacturing sector and energy developers to address farm infrastructure needs.The project goals include the creation new year-round

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