All posts by: Travis Singley

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In Gary, Indiana, a reimagined building, now serving as a work space is shaking up the way that local businesses grow, meet, work, and collaborate. Arthouse: A Social Kitchen, Inc.  provides access to a commercial kitchen for local residents and emerging businesses. It also proudly offers a culinary business incubation program (CBI), rental space for […]

Director of Operations Organization: F2M Texas Posted by TFM Operations – Aug 09, 2018 Posted in Nonprofit Job Address: PO BOX 14984, Austin, TX, 78761 Start Date: Sep 01, 2018 Application Due Date: Sep 01, 2018 Position Details:Position Title: Director of Operations Classification: Full-time, salaried Reports to: Executive Director Position Summary: The Director of Operations oversees and completes a wide variety of […]

Texas State University’s Department of Agriculture will host the 2nd Annual Small Producers Conference August 13 – 15, 2018 Conference Registration is open, register here. Small Equipment Demonstration to be held on August 15th The conference will be held in the Department of Agriculture’s building on Texas State University’s campus from August 13th-14th and followed by […]

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) encourages America’s farmers and ranchers to nominate candidates to lead, serve and represent their community on their local county committee. USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) will accept nominations for county committee members beginning Friday, June 15, 2018. Producers across the country are already serving on committees where they play […]

  It’s always such a pleasure to run into farmer friends (and former Texans). Sue and Farmer Katie Tritsch were able to catch up recently and talk strategy for the Texas Center for Local Food. Big things to come, so make sure to stay tuned! Farmer Katie currently works at Singing Frog Farms in Sebastopol, […]

Original USDA Press Release can be found here. WASHINGTON, July 16, 2018 – Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue today announced that agricultural producers affected by hurricanes and wildfires in 2017 now may apply for assistance to help recover and rebuild their farming operations. Signup begins July 16, 2018, and continues through November 16, 2018. “Hurricanes and […]

New Cover Crops and Water Quality Fact Sheets, Infographics and Slide Set Now Available Barges carrying agricultural products aren’t the only traffic on the Mississippi River. Nutrients and sediment from across the Mississippi River Basin travel down the river until reaching the Gulf, where they linger and create low oxygen “dead zones” in which many […]