Connecting Food, Farms and the Environment

To Rebuild our Local Food Economy

WHAT’S NEW

Join our Informal gatherings where farmers, food producers, chefs and locavores relax, enjoy each other’s company and network!

Saturday, January 28, 2017 at Perona Farms
Benefiting the Frankford Township School Greenhouse Project and the Foodshed Alliance.

Our work combats the global industrial food system and its impacts of poor health, environmental degradation and climate change

OUR PRIORITIES

More local-food farming in our state

We are working on ways to improve land access for farmers in New Jersey, providing training for beginning farmers and helping farmers institute conservation measures to protect our waterways.

Healthy, local food in every kitchen in New Jersey

from the family who visits food pantries to those who shop at the local market; from the neighborhood diner to the finest eatery; from the school cafeteria to the corporate dining hall

Access to local, healthy farm-fresh food for all, regardless of means

Affordable access to fresh, local food is as much a human right as clean air and drinkable water.

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“But that’s the challenge — to change the system more than it changes you.”

― Michael Pollan, The Omnivore’s Dilemma:
A Natural History of Four Meals

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97 Stillwater Road
Blairstown, NJ 07825
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