From Tompkins County Solid Waste: Did you know the average American household throws away more than a quarter of all food purchases? Watch our new video, starring celebrity chef Emma Frisch, for helpful tips on reducing food waste in your home. The video was made possible with a grant from New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I). Image […]
Food Justice Fair at Streets Alive! Sunday, Sept 20th from 1 – 4pm at 305 S. Plain Street in downtown Ithaca. Hosted by GreenStar Community Projects. Free & Open to All!
Often, the most meaningful places can be discovered off the beaten path. One such place is Wood’s Earth, a hidden gem in Ithaca, NY. At Wood’s Earth, 2.5 acres of land are designed to facilitate organic gardening, offer learning opportunities for kids, and provide community garden plots, with the added benefits of a drip irrigation […]
Press release from New Roots Charter School: New Roots is excited to announce an opportunity unlike no other for our current and prospective high school students interested in sustainable food systems — to enroll in a distinctive certificate program that will prepare them for a college degree and career in the growing Farm-to-Table field. Students […]
Historic Family Farm for Sale, Cortland County, NY Unique opportunity to purchase a historic 5 BR farmhouse on 75 acres of fields, pastures and woods in the beautiful rural farming community of Freetown, NY. The farm has remained in the same family for 140 years. Land offers 360 degrees of spectacular rural views and is […]
Have you been to the NYS Fair or any other fair? What did you think of the food experience at the Fair? It’s Fair season, and to celebrate, the New York State Fair has offered Hot Potato Press two general admission tickets to give away, and a parking pass (total value: $25). The tickets are […]
Written by Wil Lawrence: Gadzukes! That’s what I shout when I forget to check the zucchini plant for a week. You, too? Come commemorate this year’s zucchini harvest and commiserate on their abundance with other zucchini growers at Brooktondale’s Fourth Gadzukes! Zucchini Festival on August 22, 10 am to 2 pm, Brooktondale Community Center. It’s […]
This is a question for the community: What does a healthy, fair, and sustainable food system look like? And how do we know when we’ve created one? Please feel free to jot your thoughts down in the comments, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.