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4/3/18
I am guilty. I am guilty of drinking fair trade and organic coffee out of mason jars. I am guilty of supporting farm-to-table restaurants owned by white folks in communities of color. I am guilty of being one of the few people of color at the farmer's markets while the other patrons stare at my Afro-Latina looks in disbelief that I can afford and want to buy fresh produce. I am guilty of being
3/8/18
This post b y Vanessa Garcia Polanco and Amirio Freeman originally appeared on NESAWG’s blog . Last fall, we attended the Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Working Group’s 2017 It Takes a Region Conference, thanks to generous scholarship support provided by NESAWG. Vanessa was selected as conference presenter and also as a youth delegate for NESAWG’s Youth Advocacy Day in Washington, DC, and
3/5/18
The Shah Family Foundation has been working closely with The Boston Public Schools Food and Nutritional Services and the City of Boston on a pilot project in East Boston schools that provides fresh, healthier food to students in BPS. This program creates finishing kitchens at satellite schools who have traditionally relied on frozen, vended meals. Students in these schools are now served fresh
2/16/18
On February 5th, UNH named Curtis Ogden and Karen Spiller as joint recipients of the Thomas W. Haas Professorship in Sustainable Food Systems. The professorship was established in 2013 with a $1 million gift to the Sustainability Institute at UNH from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, generated from a donor-advised fund established by Durham philanthropist Tom Haas. According to the
2/2/18
The Monadnock Farm & Community Coalition (MFCC) has announced the launch of a new resource for Coalition partners and community members: a visual and narrative portfolio depicting the array of work people in the Monadnock Region are doing around issues of local food and the ways these individuals experience, relate with, and find meaning in the work. The photographic and written depictions,

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Featured image of UMass Amherst Dining courtesy of the Henry P. Kendall Foundation.