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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
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
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
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 .