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10/3/17
This piece was originally posted by Sarah Schumann on September 18, 2017 on the Eating with the Ecosystem blog . New England fisheries are at a crossroads. This heritage industry, which has provided livelihoods for so many for so long in our region, now finds itself challenged by a changing and unpredictable natural environment, an increasingly cutthroat global marketplace, shifts in demographics
9/28/17
UPDATE: Read Migrant Justice's announcement on their agreement with Ben & Jerry’s! Dairy workers kicked off the “Human Rights Can’t Wait” speaking tour through the Northeast September 13, engaging hundreds of students and community members. Presentations included a packed house at Columbia Law School, a community dialogue at the MayDay space in Brooklyn, and a full day at Yale University with
9/27/17
This post was originally posted on the One Fish Foundation blog on September 26, 2017. New Bedford fishing kingpin Carlos Rafael was sentenced to 46 months in prison and ordered to pay $200,000 in fines yesterday after pleading guilty to fraudulently mislabeling fish and sending hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash out of the country. He must also pay $108,929 restitution to the U.S. Treasury
9/26/17
This installment was originally posted on the Farm to Institution New England blog . Welcome to Measuring Up , a six-part blog series designed to provide an introduction to the importance of data in understanding the farm to institution landscape in New England. There are 4,628 K-12 schools, 210 colleges and universities, and 256 hospitals that provide dining services in New England. In total,
9/25/17
In June 2017, Food Solutions New England (FSNE) conducted its first Network Health Assessment. The Assessment was developed to help FSNE organizers better understand network participation and impacts. Over 200 people participated in the assessment, which was distributed through our newsletter list and social media channels. Results from the survey highlight a number of important findings for FSNE

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