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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.
Eating the packaging? Some ways to lessen the garbage load can be a bit extreme, but there are simple, everyday ways to help out the Earth and probably your budget.
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
Head over to Penn State York 6:30 p.m. Wednesday for a presentation by Spoutwood Farms‘ Rob Wood on “Building A Local Food System for York County.” He’ll explain differences between locally grown crops and those that are imported to the … Continue reading