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10/13/14
WHAT: 3-day intensive skill-building program giving good food entrepreneurs the knowledge and resources they need to grow—plus the potential to win up to $10,000 in consulting services. Led by Jay Friedlander, College of the Atlantic’s Sustainable Business Program chair and organic food entrepreneur. WHERE: Hosted by Food Sol at Babson College in Wellesley, MA; WHEN: December 2–4, 2014 WHO: Food
10/4/14
On Wednesday October 8, one hundred people gathered at a church in Jamaica Plain, MA, to consider: Can New England Feed Itself? The answer is yes, New England can feed itself – halfway. If you want to learn more, see photos from the event, or listen to audio, including How Farming is Like Baseball , What's in a Fish Stick? and Is 50% Enough ?, please visit the New England New Economy Transition's
9/30/14
By Zoe Madden, Connecticut Food System Alliance Network Coordinator At the little flower farm in Pawcatuck where I work, the dahlias are in full bloom. They nod in the breeze, their petals shining in shades of vibrant magenta, fiery orange, pale blush pink, and dandelion yellow above a sea of deep green leaves. Nestled in a landscape of gray stone walls, brown oak leaves and beige rushes, they
9/6/14
Our May Food Matters Community Conversation was co-hosted by our 2 Council members Melina Packer and Brian Goldberg. Melina and Brian deftly facilitated an 8-person panel conversation and room discussion around our May topic: How To Grow A Local Food System: RI-Based Food Businesses Share Their Stories. The room was packed (standing room only!) and the food, provided by RISD Dining Services, was
9/3/14
FSNE is beginning its year-long regional launch of the New England Food Vision this fall. On Sunday, September 14 at Sustainable Business Network (SBN)’s 5 th Annual Boston Local Food Festival on the Rose Kennedy Greenway the Boston launch of the New England Food Vision will take place. For more information about the Festival, please visit http://bostonlocalfoodfestival.com/ .

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