All posts by: Susan Beckwith

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On January 19, 2021 the Texas Center for Local Food (TCLF) partnered with the Board of the Texas Organic Farmers and Gardners Association (TOFGA) to present a session on anti-oppression and anti-racism at the TOFGA annual conference. The session was presented by the National Conference on Community and Justice and was very well received by […]

Here’s a developing list of resources related to creating virtual farm tours and other farm events. Virtual Farm & Food Experiences webinar. Univ of Vermont and International Workshop on AgriTourism. Visit the latter for more webinars. Sponsored by Yonder, a new agritourism and farm stay platform. Also see the resources from the webinar: Eleanor Leger, […]

How local food economies can – in fact – build our own communities. Local food is economic development video (16m) by Working Landscapes. Excellent example! also see this article in the Journal of Food Systems and Community Development. Related information on meat supply chains.

from the Harvard Business Review, Dec 3, 2020 so perhaps we can forgive their ridiculous overuse of undefined acronyms. Accountants changing practices to support sustainability. Seems to me this could create a sea change.. but how long will it take? How standardized will it be. How transparent? Much to do here but seems like the […]

by Kacey Hansen, MPH, Program Manager, UT Dell Medical School, Dept. of Population Health, Division of Community Engagement and Health Equity This is part of a series of posts from participants in the Texas Local Food Anti-Racism training by the National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ). Together we are creating an anti-racist food system […]