Tag Archive for: Regional Food Systems

Episode 239. Good Things Come in Small Packages: A Look at Small-Frame Cattle

Cattle come in all sizes, and small cattle may be just right…
homemade desktop hydro

How About Growing Your Own Food During the COVID-19 Restrictions?

We are all used to popping down to the local supermarket or garden center to buy potted plants or flowers to liven up the house, and to a certain degree, we still can. But as we are spending more time at home than we could have imagined a few months ago, why not also consider buying plant starts or seeds and growing your own food?
By Andrew Coggins, NCAT Rocky Mountain West Regional Director
Devona's 2020 Starts

ATTRA Resources for Resiliency

Here on my farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains of southwest Virginia, I am extremely eager to get my garden started. Due to the uncertain times brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, I am motivated to achieve greater self-sufficiency and resilience for my family.
By Devona Bell, Director of Sustainable Agriculture, Rural Communities & Local Foods
vegetables

Episode 133. History of Food Cooperatives in the South

In this episode, Felicia Bell, sustainable agricultural specialist…
Cindy Ayers selling produce at a local market
people conversing around a truck with boxes of produce

Tag Archive for: Regional Food Systems

Episode 239. Good Things Come in Small Packages: A Look at Small-Frame Cattle

Cattle come in all sizes, and small cattle may be just right…
homemade desktop hydro

How About Growing Your Own Food During the COVID-19 Restrictions?

We are all used to popping down to the local supermarket or garden center to buy potted plants or flowers to liven up the house, and to a certain degree, we still can. But as we are spending more time at home than we could have imagined a few months ago, why not also consider buying plant starts or seeds and growing your own food?
By Andrew Coggins, NCAT Rocky Mountain West Regional Director
Devona's 2020 Starts

ATTRA Resources for Resiliency

Here on my farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains of southwest Virginia, I am extremely eager to get my garden started. Due to the uncertain times brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, I am motivated to achieve greater self-sufficiency and resilience for my family.
By Devona Bell, Director of Sustainable Agriculture, Rural Communities & Local Foods
vegetables

Episode 133. History of Food Cooperatives in the South

In this episode, Felicia Bell, sustainable agricultural specialist…
Cindy Ayers selling produce at a local market
people conversing around a truck with boxes of produce

Tag Archive for: Regional Food Systems

Episode 239. Good Things Come in Small Packages: A Look at Small-Frame Cattle

Cattle come in all sizes, and small cattle may be just right…
homemade desktop hydro

How About Growing Your Own Food During the COVID-19 Restrictions?

We are all used to popping down to the local supermarket or garden center to buy potted plants or flowers to liven up the house, and to a certain degree, we still can. But as we are spending more time at home than we could have imagined a few months ago, why not also consider buying plant starts or seeds and growing your own food?
By Andrew Coggins, NCAT Rocky Mountain West Regional Director
Devona's 2020 Starts

ATTRA Resources for Resiliency

Here on my farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains of southwest Virginia, I am extremely eager to get my garden started. Due to the uncertain times brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, I am motivated to achieve greater self-sufficiency and resilience for my family.
By Devona Bell, Director of Sustainable Agriculture, Rural Communities & Local Foods
vegetables

Episode 133. History of Food Cooperatives in the South

In this episode, Felicia Bell, sustainable agricultural specialist…
Cindy Ayers selling produce at a local market
people conversing around a truck with boxes of produce