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What's a Food Charter
Food charters drive visions, actions, and strategies for civically engaged food systems.
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What You Need to Know About Food "Deserts"
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Gardensalive! One Million Square Feet Garden Challenge
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The Cross-pollination Tour
Just like cross-pollination creates stronger plants; the exchanging of ideas and knowledge creates stronger local food systems and healthier, brighter communities.
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NDSU Heart of North Dakota Local Foods Educational Wagon
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Farmer's Markets Keep Local Foods Alive
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Farmer’s Market Buying Club of Central North Dakota
The initiative is a unique collaboration between seven growers and producers to aggregate their products to provide buyers in New Rockford and Carrington an excellent assortment of local goods, as well as a simple buying option.
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Field to Fork Webinar Dates Set
FREE webinars will be held every Wednesday from February 24 to April 27.
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Food Loss and Waste in the US: The Science Behind the Supply Chain
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Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) 2015
By: Lori & Kevin Martin Lori is a Leadership for Local Foods Participant. She and her husband Kevin attended the 2015 MOSES conference. Together they own and operate Roving Donkey Farm, a family owned vegetable farm located north of Bismarck.
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