Get Academic with Your Local Food Interests

Get Academic with Your Local Food Interests

Explore your local community through the lens of food and agriculture and take a deep dive into the social issues ...
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Midsummer Garden Bed Reload

Midsummer Garden Bed Reload

By Joshua Burman Thayer Your tomatoes are in, your beans are climbing tall, your squash is creeping wider by the ...
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Call for Art: July 15 deadline

Call for Art: July 15 deadline

The Bankhead Gallery is seeking artwork that captures the central place that all things fermented and distilled play in our ...
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Send Me to Seaweed Camp!

Send Me to Seaweed Camp!

“Do you like your food super fresh and your outdoor experiences rugged with plenty of nature connection, exercise, cool science, ...
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Bring in the Pollinators! Free Webinar, June 9

Bring in the Pollinators! Free Webinar, June 9

In addition to bees and butterflies, the insects, birds, and mammals that pollinate plants are vital to sustaining our food ...
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Project Pick

Project Pick

Sharing Backyard Fruit and Community Spirit Got a fruit tree in your backyard? Then you’ll know how plentiful the harvest ...
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What’s Cooking at the East Bay School for Boys?

What’s Cooking at the East Bay School for Boys?

By Anna Mindess | Photos by Shannon Kelli What can you accomplish in one tiny kitchen with nine 13-year-old boys ...
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‘Rhythms of the Land’

‘Rhythms of the Land’

Dr. Gail Myers honors Black farmers in a new documentary film Photos by Dr. Gail Myers In the summer of ...
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A Southern Farmer’s Summer Supper

A Southern Farmer’s Summer Supper

Recipes by Chef Wanda Blake | Photos by Dana Plucinski Many in the set of mostly elderly Southern Black farmers ...
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