Gary Paul Nabhan, ethnobotanist, farm and food advocate, prolific writer, and MacArthur "Genius" fellowship recipient will speak about the importance of regional food traditions as a way of fostering cultural, human, and ecological vitality. Dr. Nabhan will speak about both the future of place-based foods and the effects of climate change on agriculture. About Gary: Gary Paul Nabhan is an internationally-celebrated nature writer, seed saver, conservation biologist and sustainable agriculture…See More
Saturday, May 75th Annual Blue Pike Farm Open HouseSponsor: Blue Pike Farm10am – 2pm 900 East 72nd St., Cleveland, OH (map) The 5th Annual Blue Pike Farm Open House Saturday May 7th 10:00 A.M - 2:00 P.M. (Its Derby Day) 900 E. 72nd St. 1/2 mile…See More
The Countryside Winter Farmers' Market is a unique, producers-only market managed by the Countryside Conservancy. Come and enjoy a wide variety of local items, including fresh veggies, pasture-raised meat, handmade cheeses, fresh baked goods, ready-to-eat foods, and much more, all in a vibrant and friendly atmosphere! Support your community - all vendors are from Northeast Ohio.
9am-5pm Saturday May 15th.11am-3pm Sunday May 16th.Offering over 200 varieties of heirlooms, must-have hybrids, and Slow Food USA's Ark of Taste Varieties.*Peppers*Eggplants*Tomatoes*Melons*Cucumbers*Herbs*Lettuce*Flowers*Saturday at 10:30amJane Snow our featured guest speaker and former Akron Beacon Journal Food Editor will do a demonstration/lecture on grilling vegetable and herbs.*Saturday 9am-1pmProject WILD children's games. Elementary school teacher Susan Blainer will lead fun and…See More
I am on the west side of Cleveland, basically border of Lakewood and West Park. Unfortunately, the Lakewood CSA is closed out this year already! But I am looking for some starter vegetable plants for my gardens this year; I'd like to…"
April 9, 2010 at 5:30pm to April 10, 2010 at 10:30pm
The Greening the Community conference will be held April 9-10 at Case Western Reserve University. This conference will have a strong focus on Northeast Ohio, and will cover topics such as organic gardening and community spaces, lawn pesticide bans, health impacts of pesticides, organic food and much more.Registration is $25 and includes organic food/drink, all sessions and Cleveland Botanical Garden tour (must…See More
"Hi! You might want to try the Greenhouse Tavern in downtown Cleveland :) Good Luck.
By the way, you wouldn't by any chance sell to individuals who need smaller starters for their own garden?
PolyCultures: Food Where We Live is a feature-length movie portraying the diverse communities of Northeast Ohio growing a more sustainable and local food system. It was produced by LESS Productions in conjunction with the New Agrarian Center.See More
I'm a runner, an environmental and outdoor health enthusiast, gardener, and just want to link with others who share the same interests and get information on things in the community related to collective interests.
What gifts can you give to Cleveland's local food community?
Sharing, swapping, donating stuff
What knowledge and practices do you want to learn?
I want to learn more about how to improve my health, save money, and good composting for my garden.
What about local food makes you most excited?
Sharing with the community and bringing fresh local products and information to my home.
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