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9/10/14
Farm to Plate is a statewide farm and food movement creating jobs and increasing access to healthy food for all Vermonters Farm to Plate is gaining momentum in Vermont as media increasingly invite Farm to Plate staff to talk about how the statewide initiative to strengthen Vermont’s food system is impacting the economy and the consumers of Vermont. Local CBS TV station, WCAX, aired two pieces
9/9/14
Vermont is fortunate to have many organizations working to decrease food insecurity and alleviate hunger, and many of these organizations are seeing the benefits of how local food systems can improve access to healthy food. For example, Salvation Farms coordinates gleaning programs (traditional harvesting and moving surplus) throughout the state to capture fresh food that will not make it to
9/8/14
The attached report - "Rhode Island Land-Linking Program: Background Research and Policy Analysis", is the first study completed under a partnership between the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic and the RIFPC. The ongoing project involves Harvard Law students assisting the Council to research and better understand key policy issues affecting Rhode Island's food system. This first report assesses
9/4/14
Audra Anderson of Newmarket believes in the “knock and visit” approach to community-building. She and her husband, Karl, had lived in Heron Point Estates, a manufactured-home park in Newmarket, for 17 years. Last August, they and their fellow residents formed a cooperative and, with a loan from the Community Loan Fund, bought their community. Audra Anderson at ROC-NH's 2014 Community Leadership

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