Muskokans are clearly hungry for good food.
The first farmers' market in Yellowknife since the ‘90s is slated to run once a week from June to September.
The open-source software developed by the Oklahoma Food Co-op to facilitate a virtual farmers' market is now being used by three co-ops in Ontario - the Eastern Ontario Local Food Co-op, the Ottawa Valley Food Co-op, and the Niagara Local Food Co-op.
One of the newest co-ops in the network is the Near Urban Agriculture Action Group's initiative, already selling to office markets in the City of Toronto.
In the early morning of September 22nd, a crowd descended upon Lawrence Heights Community Centre, buzzing with anticipation. Fuelled by excitement and strong coffee, participants of the Distribution tour became acquainted with the day’s facilitators and each other. Distribution is
The Niagara Local Food Co-op uses open source software developed by the Oklahoma Food Co-op to run a virtual farmers' market. This year's strategic planning session brought the co-op to looking carefully at the years ahead. By Allison Smith on April 3, 2012, in