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Losing weight in a healthy way means one need to change a diet. Many time to many in between meals or snacks cause weight gain. Eating two meals and maybe two snacks a day can help to get off a few unwanted pounds. Fod and where it comes from fresh Farmers Markets are a great place to shop for fruits and vegetables some markets sell fresh meat for meat eaters. Farmers Markets have local grown produce, it support the local farmers in your area, and the produce are seasonal. Children can take a part in market visits some times as a family field trip.
ENVISION THIS: Meat that fills your soul as much as your belly
Our guest, Ben Slayton lived abroad in Tuscany on an organic farm specializing in pastured pork. There he developed a passion for well-raised meat and craft butchery. After a couple of years raising his own animals here in Maine, Ben switched his focus to building a network of several small farms to support Farmers’ Gate in an effort to bring more locally raised meat to the Maine marketplace.
Farmers’ Gate Market bridges the gap between local, pasture-based livestock farms and the growing number of families who are looking for good locally-raised meat. They work with a network of Maine farms to provide their customers with grass fed beef, pastured pork and lamb, and free range poultry. They work only with farmers who produce pasture-based livestock, and they process all the meat in-house. As a result, they can ensure safe handling of all their products and retain complete knowledge about everything they sell – from farm to table.
Like their customers, Farmers’ Gate butchers are hungry for good homegrown food – meat raised locally on pasture by farm families who are thinking about the future. They also look for creative ways to build awareness about local, sustainably raised and craft-butchered meat. Therefore, they share the stories of their farm partners, preserve the skills of whole carcass butchery, and incorporate old world traditions with new technology.
Coming soon: Sophia's Web: A Passionate Call to Heal Our Wounded Nature by your Envision This co-hosts, Burl and Merry Hall
219 GreenConnect host Kathy Sipple speaks wiith Shane Hansen, the new market manager at Michigan City's Farmer's Market. Shane is not only the market manager, he's an owner of a 13-acre organic farm himself. He's seeking to offer market visitors more of a local food experience, limiting vendors to those that are truly local and bringing in an educational component to the market as well.
Recently, in the Pacific Northwest, oyster farmers were granted a permit to use the water soluble toxic chemical imidacloprid in Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor. What prompted the Washington Department of Ecology to move forward with this decision? How will this protect oysters and other marine life? In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host June Stoyer and special guest co-host, Colorado beekeeper, Tom Theobald will talk to Rich Doenges, Water Quality Manager from the Southwest Regional Office, Department of Ecology, State of Washington about this decision.
Later on in the show, scientist, Rich Andrews will join the discussion to talk about Colony Collapse Disorder otherwise known as CCD. Lately, there have been a number of discussions about CCD and there still is a great deal of confusion as to what exactly the term means. Stay tuned!
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Greetings! It is an action packed show today! Lots to hear about.
1) Florida Farmers Market thrives on location, location, location, The Market Company
In Miami, Florida.
2) Arkansas Grown
3) Thrive, Inc.
4) Food and Farm publication by Arkansas Times, a GREAT Publication to read.
Have a Great Community Garden Day!
Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host
COLLEGE READY FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA: STEM AND AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
We are pleased to welcome a first time guest DWIGHT ARMSTRONG Executive Director of FFA. Let me put it this way....it ain't your fathers farm anymore. Learn more for your school district. Their member have the skills to build healthy, sustainable world.
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