The CPA 2013 season is kicking into gear. If you need lettuce (green leaf and Romaine, plus broad leaf spinach), we've got it here. Green onions, radishes, and asparagus, yes, here too! Come out and join us for some of the best, local, fresh produce you can find!Don't forget to feed yourself with a real treat by way of the new food buggy, Spreads & Sprouts, featuring fresh local ingredients prepared by Kathy Strode. A real great addition, along with CFI's Donation Station! We hope to see…See More
Come and join us for the 2013 CPA season, as we are joined by the CFI's (Community Food Initiatives) Donation Station to help reach more people with fresh, local produce. Asparagus, rhubarb, bedding plants, flowers, and the Country Store has local baked goods, crafts, and Sarah's Sweets! We hope to see you here!See More
Buyer + Seller Training April 22nd 2013 10:00 am – 4:00 pmInterested in buying + selling at the auction? Not sure where to begin? Join us for a full day of training!At this free event you’ll learn:Keeping it Safe: What to Know Before Selling Jeff Michaels, Morgan Co. Environmental Health Director will present on Cottage Industry and Food Service Regulations and what they mean to the producer and consumer.Making the Sale: Marketing and Diversifying Leslie Schaller, ACEnet, will present a…See More
Rural Action (RA), working with Green Edge Organic Gardens (GEOG) and other partners to train agricultural professionals on season extension and creation, growing, and marketing techniques developed by GEOG over a 27 year period. On April 4th, the first of eight seasonally specific workshops with supporting written materials on introductory and advanced techniques will be held.This is the first in a series examining the concept of "season creation" that allows for stable employment, income, and…See More
Rural Action will be hosting the OSU Extension, GAP Workshop at the Marion Community Center in Chesterhill, Ohio, Thursday, April 11, 2013, from 1:00 until 4:00. Join Hal Kneen, OSU Ext. Educator, for an informative training session towards GAP certification. The workshop will cover the costs and impacts of diseases and outbreaks caused by food borne pathogens, strategies for controlling potential microbial food safety hazards before planting and throughout all phases of production planting,…See More
Hi Bob, I'm on the committee for the May 22-23 Facilitators training for the Awakening the Dreamer Symposium, and Crow and I are organizing the food.
We plan to do as much local food for it as we can and are wondering what will be available at the Produce auction on the 20th? We will also be sourcing food from the farmer's market and other local businesses. My phone is 664-5050 if you have time time to talk in the next few days.
Guess what -- a history of Currents' luau has already been written! Rebecca wrote a piece on it for Communities Magazine and it was published several months ago. If you come to First Fri. tomorrow night we could get you a copy. If not, how can we get it to you?