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Agriculture Forum: Food & Farming Network Summit shares stories

Food and Farming Network | April 17, 2015 | By Meghan McDermott

In Emmet County, a baker has found a nearby farmer to grow bread-quality wheat. Schools are serving more locally grown food. The Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School District is supporting teachers in farm-to-school and school-garden curriculum so that s...

Kids Are Cooking It Up in Northern Michigan

FoodCorps | January 19, 2015 | By Meghan McDermott

Two chefs enter the room, prepared to demonstrate the latest dish they’ve learned to perfect. The audience is at the edge of their seats, craning to catch a glimpse of every last ingredient and technique required to recreate the recipe at home. But this i...

Fundraisers Benefit Northern Michigan Farms, Schools

Farm to School | November 13, 2014 | By Meghan McDermott

For 15 years, Central Lake Elementary School has participated in the Farmer to Community Fundraiser, a program that has students selling locally grown produce, fish, meat, honey, milk, and jam to raise funds for school field trips in the spring. Dozens of...

‘It’s an alien! A spaceship!’ Nope. It’s Romanesco

FoodCorps Diaries | October 16, 2013 | By Meghan McDermott

FoodCorps service member Meghan McDermott introduced the strange-looking Romanesco cauliflower to students at Traverse Heights. And they loved it!...

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