Transforming New England's
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Food Solutions New England (FSNE) is a regional, collaborative network organized to support the emergence and continued viability of a New England food system that is a resilient driver of healthy food for all, racial equity, sustainable farming and fishing, and thriving communities.
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This post orginally appeared on the website of FSNE Network Team partner Eating with the Ecosystem. Please support their work! GUEST BLOG BY HAYLEY FRANZ, URI MARINE AFFAIRS STUDENT Hayley volunteering at one of Eating with the Ecosystem’s Scales & Tales Food Boat events this fall. On November 29, 2018 I had the pleasure of listening to two graduate students talk about their studies at the
This article is reposted from National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition , one of our FSNE Network Team partners. The 4th National Climate Assessment – “Impacts, Risks, and Adaptation in the United States ,” released by the Administration just after Thanksgiving, underscores the very real climate change-related challenges that American producers can expect to face in the coming years. The
The following letter to the editor from Food Solutions New England was published in the Boston Globe in response to their recent editorial on the future of food. Thanks to the Globe Ideas section for highlighting the future of food, a subject that demands all of our attention. The editorial “Embrace the future of American food — in three easy steps” illustrates just how much is at stake. In a
Editor's Note: Now, in October, we are at the midpoint between the 2018 and 2019 Racial Equity Challenges. Food Solutions New England has been organizing this challenge for four years as an engagement project across food system networks. Though originally intended for our own regional New England network, the Challenge has stretched its wings out over all of the US; this past year we had more
Editor's Note: This post by Ricardo Salvador, Director, Food & Environment Program of Union of Concerned Scientists was originally published on October 8, 2018 on the UCS website . Do you have a story or article you'd like us to share? Update 10/9/18: “White Earth Food Recovery Project” was corrected to “White Earth Land Recovery Project” and “Ojibwe” was corrected to “Anishinabe.” “Tribes