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The York County Buy Fresh Buy Local chapter will accept submissions for its second annual local food guide through Feb. 28, 2013.
Sustainability has become such a buzz word, and the economic recession bolstered that. Now, almost four years later, sustainability is still on many minds and will be talked about the first York County Local Food Summit.
York College screened the documentary “Farmageddon” Aug. 28, highlighting some of the obstacles small farms face.
Gardeners and farmers have been planting cool-weather crops like asparagus, peas and lettuce since the ground was workable. But spring and summer produce is only getting started: June delivers the sweet treats of strawberries, corn and snap peas. We’ve created … Continue reading
Although it’s not quite the New Year, the York County Buy Fresh, Buy Local chapter will hold its 2012 promotional kick-off and annual meeting 7 p.m. Dec. 6. Current and potential partners, along with everyday supporters of the buy local … Continue reading
When someone says November, I immediately think “Thanksgiving.” What could be better than a holiday that revolves (for the most part, anyhow) around food? Not to mention the food is Earth-shattering in its deliciousness. From the turkey to the mashed … Continue reading
“Americans fear only one thing: Inconvenience.” And so begins “Fresh,” a food documentary shown last night at York College coordinated by the sustainability and environmental studies minor. The quote is from a farmer’s foreign friend, who had summarized our lifestyle … Continue reading