GardenShare publishes a bimonthly newsletter.
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Use the links below to view past or current issues.
We also publish a periodic Producer Newsletter for those who grow, sell or manage food in the area. It keeps you connected on certification deadlines, upcoming workshops, webinars, and conferences, along with other important news and GardenShare related events and deadlines. If you are interested in receiving this newsletter, contact Laura@gardenshare.org
New farmers' markets, community support for GardenShare, community garden in Hopkinton and more!
Cafeteria Man Screening, Grower Workshops, What is a Food Policy Council, and more.
EBT sales nearly doubled over last year; Two SLC farmers' markets; Cafeteria Man screening, Trivia Night, and more!
Brian and Jenny Walker Growing Community Heros, Youth Summit, Harvest Social, and more.
Youth Summit: Registration is ON! Harvest Social Coming Soon, Farmers' Markets update, and more.
Youth Summit keynote speaker, Roger Doiron, Fresh Connect boosts EBT value, Pilot Project to bring healthy food to diabetes patients, and a lot more.
A preview of our Farmers' Market Promotion Program, CSA Bonus Bucks released, an invitation to receive our Local Food Guide, Town of Canton food sovereignty, some events and more.
Potsdam Indoor Winter Market, New Online Farmers' Market, Town of Canton Zoning, 2012 Annual Report, Cabin Fever Trivia, and Queen of the Sun.
Queen of the Sun at Canton Winterfest, Farmers' Market Gift Tokens, Share-a-Share, and more!
Carlton Doane to receive Growing Community Award, Harvest Social invite, GardenShare gets USDA grant and more!
SNAP incentive effective at the farmers' markets, a couple of new ways to donate, processing facility study complete, save the date for the Harvest Social, and more.
A look at Farm Bill resources, stretching EBT dollars at the Canton and Potsdam Farmers' Markets, and lots more.
Includes information about EBT at Farmers' Markets and CSA, how to get a Wholesale Success manual, a call for volunteers and more!
Includes information about a Farm Bill workshop, Small Farm Rising Screening, Local Food Guide Deadlines, Dig In!, NOFA-NY honors GardenShare, and a Wholesale Success Workshop for area growers.
Our Local Food Guide is free to anyone who would like a copy. Just email your address to email@example.com
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