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7/7/16
“You have to be patient, develop trust, and have people go with you.” These were words from Karen Masterson, co-owner of Johnny’s Luncheonette in Newton, MA as she talked about what it takes to align her business with the aspirations of the New England Food Vision . “I’ve been chasing after local vegetables for 13 years. Some small operations cannot afford to do this.” Masterson offered both
7/5/16
Food Solutions New England hosted the 6 th in a series of Regional Food Summits in Bridgeport, CT on June 8–9, 2016. This two-day event featured more than 180 delegates from the six New England states working across the food system. Planners, farmers and farm workers, chefs, funders, government officials, and students came together for discussions on topics including food recovery, policy,
6/30/16
Mobilizing Movement: Trailblazer decides to take action from inspiring directives at 2016 Summit Food Solutions New England hosted the 6 th in a series of Regional Food Summits in Bridgeport, CT on June 8–9, 2016. This two-day event featured more than 180 delegates from the six New England states working across the food system. Planners, farmers and farm workers, chefs, funders, government
6/27/16
This post originally appeared on the Conservation Law Foundation blog on June 24, 2016 for #PollinatorWeek. Following in the footsteps of President Obama’s Pollinator Research Action Plan , several states have proposed bills to study why bees are dying off in such alarming numbers. But no state has taken direct action to curb the use of neonicotinoids (a class of pesticides that has been linked
6/23/16
Food Solutions New England presents Making the Business Case for A New England Food Vision: Creating Conditions that Support Diverse Food-related Enterprises , a"B2B" Session with the Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts . The event will take place Thursday, June 30, 2016, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at SBN’s office in Cambridge, MA. Members of the Food Solutions New England network's Core Team

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