Thursday in the City- Build Your Own World

“How can we re-imagine and redesign our cities to allow them to become part of an urban foodshed? How can we make urban planning more participatory, transparent, and reflective of the public need for affordable and healthful food? What models, current, imagined or historical would help us to understand future directions for our cities?”  The…

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Happy Farmer’s Market Week

Information taken from Projects for Public Spaces Markets for All: Celebrating National Farmers Market Week Posted by: Craig Raphael Categories: Blog, Markets, PPS Video, Public Markets and Local Economies  Rows of brightly colored produce; freshly baked breads and blueberry pies; mingling of friends, neighbors and strangers: there’s no limit to the joys of a local farmers market. The spectacular resurgence of…

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Thursday in the City- Farmer Jane

Source: www.farmerjane.org Last night, I attended a “Farmer Jane: Women Changing the Way We Eat“ event presented by Kitchen Table Talks and CUESA at the Ferry Building. It was an interesting open panel discussion about the contributions of women farmers, producers, chefs, and food system activists. The panel consisted of three women: Temra Costa, author…

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Earth Day- Hayes Valley Farm

Earth Day On The Urban Farm Hey fans! If you’re in town this Thursday, bring yourself and your 36 friends down to the farm. Celebrate Earth Day while learning new skills, building new soil, and making a few new friends. We’re providing live music by talented local artist Pamela Parker and free food to keep…

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