There is tremendous opportunity within cities and outlying suburbs, to create new economic drivers through food production, and the niches that emerge related to food production.
This group will be a starting place for discussion, tracking examples, issues, opportinities. We are interested here in waste re-use, specialty crop initiatives, inner city and suburban eduction, neighborhood gradens, urban permaculture, solar, wind, and living technology energy, and using open source information technology infrastructure to help sustain urban local food business and commerce.
Membership is open, and you may also join when you register.
(blue pike farm in Cleveland, OH: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2177/2535581392_8e68bc0059.jpg?v=0)
|Free Public Tour Series Features Ohio’s Organic and Sustainable Farms: 2014 Guide Now Available||Lauren Ketcham||2014-05-08 09:19|
|Former U.S. Deputy Agriculture Secretary to Keynote Ohio’s Largest Food and Farming Conference||Lauren Ketcham||2014-02-04 08:03|
|Ohio’s Largest Sustainable Food and Farm Conference to Feature Farmers Forum: Farmers Will Share NCR-SARE Research Results||Lauren Ketcham||2014-01-09 07:40|
|Organic Farmer, Activist, and Author to Keynote Ohio’s Largest Food and Farming Conference||Lauren Ketcham||2014-01-07 07:49|
|Online Registration Now Open for OEFFA's 35th Annual Conference||Lauren Ketcham||2013-12-11 08:13|
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