I have a list going of contacts and possible interested farms and individuals. . . if anyone here is interested, please don't hesitate to dash me an email at email@example.com or send a message…Continue
What issues are you or your group interested or expert in?
farmland protection, organics, health/nutrition, food justice, farm to school, school gardens, home gardens, community gardens, food and faith, hunger and local foods access, farm to institution, farm to restaurant, CSAs, farmers' markets, local foods marketing and distribution, food coops, GM-free seeds and genetics, permaculture
Are you a food producer? If so, what types of food do you produce?
vegetables, apples, berry fruit, cheese and dairy, maple syrup, grains and bakery, mushrooms, eggs, beer
If you produce foods of some sort, please choose one of the following:
I produce foods only for my own and my family's consumption
Other info about Me (please mention any food, fishing, agriculture, or community groups you are affiliated with):
CSA's and Community Farmer's Markets, MOFGA, Slow Food USA
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