This forum, part of Boston GreenFest, looks at ways in which Local Food can be a strong force to building our local economy.
Part of the CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute's Urban Food Policy Forum series
Attend this seminar on fencing and watering as part of pasture management.
Tour Main Street Farms, a small diversified organic farm and education center in Cortland, NY.
Join this interactive discussion with local business leaders, led by members of the Food Solutions New England network's Core Team.
Join us for this this daylong workshop, and learn how to get your livestock to the right place, at the right time, for the right reasons, and with the right behavior.
Climate change can be overwhelming and even paralyzing; it touches so many facets of our lives. We want to explore how stories can help mediate this sense overwhelm.
Join Red Tomato for a special session on New Technology in Apple Scab and Fire Blight Management in the Northeast
Join us at the 5th Annual Hobart Farmers' Lunch & Conference, a FREE half day gathering and luncheon for farmers and members of the regional food community presented in partnership by the Hobart Rotary Club and Food & Health Network of South Central NY.
In 2016, Slow Food New York City, continuing a Food Systems Network NYC tradition, will sponsor the Sixth Annual Food Almanac, a food and farming prognostication inspired by the Farmers' Almanac.