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Our Voices - International CSA Symposium 4

February 24, 2010 | By Jim Sluyter

Food with the Farmer’s Face...

Our Voices - International CSA Symposium 3

February 23, 2010

In Kobe, a Toast to Local Food...

Our Voices - International CSA Symposium 2

February 22, 2010

In Kobe - Homemade Blueberry Jam...

Our Voices - International CSA Symposium 1

February 17, 2010

Just Say No...

Living and Growing History

Blog Archive | October 9, 2009 | By Glenn Puit

A piece of pure farming history will be on display this Sunday, Oct. 11, in the Williamsburg area....

Cookin’ with Martha!

Blog Archive | September 11, 2009 | By Janice Benson

I had the great fortune to attend one of Martha Ryan’s Wednesday night Cook and Dine classes at Martha’s Leelanau Table last week. What a fun, enjoyable evening!...

I’m Headed to D.C., White House Garden!

Blog Archive | September 4, 2009 | By Patty Cantrell

Well, I’m off to our nation’s political center, Washington D.C., to represent the Michigan Land Use Institute and all of you who support our work....

Brian Beauchamp: New Pecking Ordinance for TC?

Blog Archive | June 11, 2009 | By Brian Beauchamp

Chickens in the city? That is the question that the Traverse City planning commission is pondering, and it appears that many people are saying “yes.”...

Leaders Planning for Food, Farming, and The Grand Vision

Blog Archive | March 10, 2009 | By Jim Dulzo

Leaders from across the Grand Traverse region gathered last month to start looking for ways to make sure that The Grand Vision—a six-county, 50-year, citizen-based growth plan—and one of the area’s top industries—farming—work well together to strengthen the local economy while preserving the region’s rural character....

Jim Sluyter: Hop To It!

Blog Archive | October 30, 2008 | By Jim Sluyter

I made my first batch of homebrew in 1975 or so. It was pretty bad....

Message From Hog Heaven

Get Farming | February 9, 2005 | By Diane Conners

Joel Salatin hates listening to farmers complain at the local coffee shop. He’s tired of economic doom and gloom casting heavy clouds over farmers’ fields. An agriculturalist with a motivational pitch, Salatin says it’s time for more farmers to love farming again....

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