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Noah Fulmer Shares Panel on Local Ag Growth Strategies at Grow Riverside

Noah Fulmer Shares Panel on Local Ag Growth Strategies at Grow Riverside

At the recent Grow Riverside Conference in Riverside, California, Noah Fulmer participated in a panel discussion about growth strategies in local agriculture. The two-day conference was host to over 400 people who explored how to grow the new food economy in Southern California. The panel discussion reviewed the infrastructure needed […]

BALLE Webinar: Join Us for a Discussion About Relocalizing Food Systems

BALLE Webinar: Join Us for a Discussion About Relocalizing Food Systems

We are honored to join the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies (BALLE) in hosting a free Webinar about innovative models for relocalizing food systems later this month. On April 22, Erika Block and Noah Fulmer will lead a discussion about regional food distribution systems and a review of local […]

Erika Block Speaks About Local Ag Innovation at Grow Riverside

Erika Block Speaks About Local Ag Innovation at Grow Riverside

At the recent Grow Riverside Conference in Riverside, California, Erika Block shared the stage with other innovators to discuss new technologies and business models that are supporting sustainable, small scale farming. Over 400 people spent two days exploring how to grow the new food economy in Southern California. Erika’s presentation […]

Stories from a Puget Sound Food Hub

Stories from a Puget Sound Food Hub

Chefs and farmers on the benefits of collaborative sales, aggregation and distribution in Washington’s Puget Sound, powered by Local Orbit.

To Sustain Agriculture in Drought-plagued California, Look to Michigan’s Developing Local Distribution Infrastructure

To Sustain Agriculture in Drought-plagued California, Look to Michigan’s Developing Local Distribution Infrastructure

California just can’t catch a break when it comes to water. As the New York Times noted recently, thousands of Cailfornia Central Valley acres now feature dusty fields where tomatoes and melons once grew. Without any water, fields are simply being left fallow. Large scale, centralized production wasn’t always at […]