3 hrs ago
look cabinet revealed at County Hall
Councillors' Lucy Hodgson and Sheila Blagg have accepted vacant positions on the nine-seat body, earning promotions through the Tory ranks.
5 hrs ago
Garden to plate: L'etoile wants your food Comments
For the third season, L'etoile on West Main Street is asking for the stuff in your garden.
9 hrs ago
U Of Illinois Announces Good Agricultural Practices Webinar Series
U OF ILLINOIS ANNOUNCES GOOD AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES WEBINAR SERIES May 22, 2013 Source: University of Illinois news release A Good Agricultural Practices webinar series will be offered by University of Illinois Extension on Mondays, July 1, 8, 15, and 22, from 6 to 8 p.m., featuring a variety of topics on safe food production.
Wed May 22, 2013
The Willits News
State could bar local produce at schools or businesses
The Mendocino County agricultural commissioner, the director of environmental health, and the food policy council invite local farmers, retail food buyers, and local food advocates to the second round of public meetings on June 4 to give input into the design and development of an "approved source" program for Mendocino County.
Bainbridge Island Gets an Art Museum
Creatively focused, eco-obsessed, possessing an urban sensibility and locavore leanings, beautiful without being braggy-the new Bainbridge Island Museum of Art might well be considered the embodiment of the island community itself.
Greenville activists to join international protest Saturday
An international protest against agricultural biotech giant Monsanto is planned in Greenville, along with similar marches in 33 countries on six different continents, including events in more than 250 U.S. cities.
W.Va.'s local-food movement a model for Appalachia
With eight in 10 farmers making less than $10,000 a year, West Virginia will never rival big Midwestern factory farms in producing food.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Telluride Watch
EcoAction Partners and Telluride Grown to Unveil Aquaponics Growing Systems During Mountainfilm
TELLURIDE With a growing season of fewer than 90 days, the high alpine community of Telluride may not seem like the ideal locale for successful food production.
Cooking local food on a budget
Local food consultant and chef Alison Drover says despite common misconceptions, eating locally doesn't mean eating expensively.
'Good, clean, fair': Slow Food Buffalo Niagara helps pull slingshot
This may be oversimplified, but I equate the issues within America's food industry as a David vs.
Mon May 20, 2013
Michigan distilleries gaining momentum thanks to craft cocktail movement
The Last Word co-owners Paul Drennan, Adam Lowenstein, Robben Schulz, Justin Herrick, stand behind the bar filled with specialty drink mixers.
Best of New Orleans
How local can you go?
Access to locally-produced foods is improving quickly around New Orleans. How quickly? Just ask someone gearing up for this year's Eat Local Challenge , which asks people who sign up to eat foods produced within a 200-mile radius of New Orleans for the month of June.
Guildford planning appeal wins increasing
Between July 2011 and December 2012, a total of 211 appeal decisions were made following council decisions on whether to grant planning permission, either through delegated powers or a committee vote.
Cooking oil made from algae? Research shows possibilities
Researchers at Utah State University think they may have found a new and healthy form of cooking oil extracted from a plant you might not expect.
Fri May 17, 2013
Sramana Mitra on Strategy
Roundtable Recap: May 16 - Calculate Your TAM Accurately
Localvore First, Cameron Kramlich from San Francisco, California, pitched Localvore , a concept for local artisans to be able to sell their merchandise to consumers who want to shop local.
Massachusetts' summer playground
Kate Simon is the Travel Correspondent of The Independent and The Independent on Sunday.
San Jose Mercury News
Travel guide: Ways for locavores to improvise on the road
Sarah Elton is a regular at the farmers market near her home in Toronto. She religiously checks labels and menus to make sure her food hasn't traveled far before arriving on her plate.
Thu May 16, 2013
The New York Observer
Zak Pelaccio Cutting the Fat, Glazing Turnips Instead
Zak Pelaccio's newest venture differs from most mod-country, locavore eateries these days in one crucial way - it actually is in the country.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Mary McCartney follows vegetarian tradition in new cookbook
When Mary McCartney and her three siblings were young and vacationing on a family farm in Scotland, their father endeavored to teach them about all the beautiful food that sprang from the earth.
Wed May 15, 2013
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
REC establishes roots in community gardens around Worcester
The red and yellow tulips have bloomed, and soon everything from corn and cucumbers to kale and collard greens will be growing on three-quarters of an acre on Oread Street in Worcester's Main South neighborhood.