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A New England Food Vision

10/22/14
Brian Donahue, one of the authors of A New England Food Vision , discusses farming and the Vision in this interview in the Boston Globe . Donahue is a farmer and Associate Professor of American Environmental Studies at Brandeis University. He advocates for growing more vegetables on urban and suburban land and has direct experience with how this model can be successful in the region: in 1980
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
9/11/14
Food Solutions New England (FSNE) is thrilled to announced the release of A New England Food Vision , a collaborative report and bold vision outlining how New England can locally produce at least of 50 percent of clean, fair, just and accessible food for all citizens by 2060. Incorporating more than three years of collaborative research and input from hundreds of voices throughout New England, A
9/4/14
Food Solutions New England (FSNE) is thrilled to announced the release of A New England Food Vision , a collaborative report and bold vision outlining how New England can locally produce at least of 50 percent of clean, fair, just and accessible food for all citizens by 2060. Incorporating more than three years of collaborative research and input from hundreds of voices throughout New England, A
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/ .
9/1/14
Food Solutions New England (FSNE) is thrilled to announced the release of A New England Food Vision , a collaborative report and bold vision outlining how New England can locally produce at least of 50 percent of clean, fair, just and accessible food for all citizens by 2060. Incorporating more than three years of collaborative research and input from hundreds of voices throughout New England, A

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