Local food events coming up!


Be part of the growing movement of supporting local agriculture

There are two great events coming up for you to learn more about the importance of growing food locally May 28th in Knightdale and celebrating the abundance at the Slow Food event June 14th in Orange County.

Organic Eating and Supporting Your Local Farms – Knightdale

When: May 28, 2009 7:00 PM

Where: East Regional Library, Knightdale

Learn more about the importance of eating local, the current state of local farming and we can support our local farms, and tips for eating in season on Thursday May 28th at 7:00 pm at the East Regional Library.

Carrie Le Chevallier Marketing Team Leader of Whole Foods Market and Annette White of Feed the Farm will be presenting this informative and vitally important program.

Fun organic fingerfood refreshments will accompany the program.

For further information or to register stop by the library at 946 Steeple Square Court Knightdale, call 217-5300, or email jmorley@co.wake.nc.us.

Learn more here:
http://environment.meetup.com/243/calendar/10432955/

Farm to Fork Picnic 2009

Hurdle Mills, North Carolina

Eat Local Triangle

Eat Local Triangle

Sun, June 14, 2009
4:00 – 7:00 PM

W. C. Breeze Family Farm
Hurdle Mills, Orange County

Join Piedmont farmers and chefs for an early evening of food, music and fun activities for the entire family! Visit http://www.farmtoforknc.com for ticket information, updates and to view the 2007 Farm to Fork Picnic slide show.

Organized by CEFS, Slow Food Triangle and Orange County Cooperative Extension and Economic Development

Price: $50 per person; kids 12 and under are free.
RSVP: tickets required
Website: http://www.farmtoforknc.com
Also: http://www.slowfoodtriangle.org/

PS. Last year’s event SOLD OUT quickly!

Learn more here: http://environment.meetup.com/243/calendar/10432938/

PS. The links go to REACH Meetup for you to meet others with similar interests or ride-share. I am one of the assitant organizers for the meetup Raleigh Environmental Action Circle for Humanity) that focuses on sustainability, environmental and social equity topics in the Triangle.

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