Posts Tagged "farmers markets"

3 Simple Resolutions You Can Make and Keep This Year

3 Simple Resolutions You Can Make and Keep This Year

Ringing in a new year inevitably leads to self-reflection; we look back at the past year to see where we can make improvements and how we can do better. We all desire to give back, be healthier, and have better relationships. But we don’t always have solid plans or steps to achieve those goals. Well, we might be able to help you there. We have 3 simple resolutions you can…read more →

Real Local RVA Cooks Up Local Collaboration

Real Local RVA Cooks Up Local Collaboration

In Richmond, Virginia, members of Real Local RVA believe it’s better for independent growers, grocers and restaurants to collaborate rather than compete. The group works to support and raise awareness for the local food movement, as well as the local choices available to people in the greater Richmond area. Like the local food it supports, Real Local RVA has grown into a successful operation for the local community. Real Local…read more →

Slow Food: A Challenge to Eat Local

Slow Food: A Challenge to Eat Local

It encourages people to choose locally grown (and GMO free) food and traditional recipes over mass-produced and globally distributed options.

Ghouls and Ghosts Deserve Local Treats on Halloween

Ghouls and Ghosts Deserve Local Treats on Halloween

The leaves are falling and the weather is cooling, and with the changing season comes the familiar hoots and howls of Halloween. Before the doorbell rings with eager trick or treaters, you can make a big difference in your community by keeping your spooky spending local.

A Magazine for Farm-to-Table

A Magazine for Farm-to-Table

When a fledgling magazine gets former President Bill Clinton to contribute an article, you would think he would be featured on the cover. But the cover model for the current issue of the quarterly Modern Farmer

Farmigo: The Virtual Farmer’s Market

Farmigo: The Virtual Farmer’s Market

For generations, a quick trip to the local farmer’s market has been the easiest way to get the freshest produce in town and support local farms in your community. But what if you could achieve the same results without even leaving your desk?

Independent We Stand
Independent We Stand Independent We Stand