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March 9: NOFA-NY Brainstorming Action Plan Meeting

Thursday, March 9 from 7 pm to 9:30 pm at Park Slope United Methodist Church, located on Sixth Avenue at 8th Street, Brooklyn Free of charge! Refreshments will be served. Tell us what you think is working and what is … Read More

February 25: Maple Sugaring Day

Benner’s Farm Maple Sugaring Demonstration Join the Benner family on their 15-acre private-family owned farmed to Learn all about maple syrup, see a sugaring demonstration, and so much more! When: February 25, 12-4 pm Where: 56 Gnarled Hollow Rd, Setauket- East … Read More

February 11: Annual LIRSC Seed Swap

3rd Annual LIRSC Seed Swap saturday february 11, 2017 @Suffolk County Community College, Riverhead Campus 121 Speonk Riverhead Rd, Riverhead, NY 12pm – 4pm Visit online here for volunteer opportunities and more details about talks, sponsors, and presentations!  

February 11: New York Oyster & Beer Festival

   Join the first Annual ALL-YOU-CARE-TO-TASTE extravaganza complete with thousands of oysters – raw, steamed, grilled and roasted along with other mouth-watering delicious seafood, live music, exhibits and of course – all you care to taste beer, wine and spirits! TICKETS ARE … Read More

Expanding the Food Movement in Trump Era; Nutrition Planning 2017; Conflicts in Biotech is Pervasive; Cuomo Safeguarding Women’s Health and Continues Commitment to Off-Shore Wind; Groundbreaking Opportunities in Food System Overseas; SNAP is Right!

Expanding the Food Movement in the Trump Era by Civil Eats “The most important work we can do now is to resist the authoritarian assault on democracy, prevent global catastrophe, and nurture civil society (including the burgeoning alternative food economy), even … Read More

January 23: Planned Parenthood Action Meeting

It’s time for action and Planned Parenthood of Nassau County is making it very easy! Please join in at Thyme Restaurant in Roslyn on Monday, Jan 23rd to Stand with Planned Parenthood and take action for protecting reproductive health and against defunding PP. Open House … Read More

Vertical Farming; Renewable Energy Isn’t Going Anywhere; Northeast Food Distributor Baldor Eliminates Food Waste; NY Nuclear Power Plant Finally Shutdown; Sugar Kills, We Know; Eating Peanuts Early Could Prevent Peanut Allergies

Growing in the City Without Water or Sunlight, Say What? Since Ed Harwood first began thinking about how to feed the population of New York City in the year 2050, vertical farming has become the most recent buzz in food … Read More

Animal Welfare Awareness Spreads; Food Rescue Success Stories

Advocates Push to Extend Animal Welfare Act of 1966 in Federal Agencies Right now, an important battle is taking place for basic animal welfare protections in federal agencies. That is, we need to ask for more transparency to ensure sufficient steps … Read More


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