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2/16/15
Overview Campuses across the country have seen an increasing interest in food systems and farming from students and faculty, which has led to the creation of new majors and minors related to food and agriculture, as well as an increase in on-campus food production. There are a variety of outlets for the food that is produced on campus, including selling or giving it to campus dining operations,
2/12/15
A growing number of people in New Hampshire want to support local businesses. I celebrate this. Local business owners, entrepreneurs and employees are economic heroes and deserve our support. There are many ways to support a local business; some more effective than others. The easiest way, of course, is to be a steady customer and encourage others to do the same, through conversation, offering a
2/9/15
NOAA thinks climate change is serious enough to propose a massive 5-year strategy aimed at better understanding the impact on fisheries and how to prepare for and adapt to those impacts. It may be a case of too little too late, but it’s better than blithely ignoring the problem. The National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA’s fisheries agency, released a draft of the detailed strategy this month
2/5/15
Local food movements are trending across the country. For some, it’s the next “in” thing to do, but for many Vermonters, supporting local agriculture has been a way of life long before it was trendy. So where does the term “food system” fit in when talking about local food? Everyone from academics to government officials are referring more to food systems when discussing sustainable agriculture,
2/2/15
A new specialty license plate is in the works in Massachusetts to benefit new farmers, farmers' markets, and the Commonwealth's local food economy. The new "Choose Fresh & Local" license plate isn't just for show; proceeds will support core programs of New Entry Sustainable Farming Project, Mass Farmers Markets, and the Beginning Farmer Network of Massachusetts, nonprofits which provide

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