10th Anniversary F2F Picnic

If not for a drought, one of the Triangle’s best-known events to celebrate sustainable farming might not have launched the Farm to Fork Picnic Weekend, which will celebrate its 10th anniversary June 2-4 with events in Raleigh and Fearrington Village.

2018-02-14T10:20:21-05:00May 15th, 2017|Farm to Fork, Media Coverage, News|

Farm to Fork Expands to Three-Day Weekend and Hosts Award-Winning Author Paul Greenberg

Events To Raise Funds for New Farmer Training Programs and Shine Light on Sustainable Fishing and Farming Needs in North Carolina and Nationwide FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 31, 2015 RALEIGH, NC: Farm to Fork announced today its expansion from a single event, the Farm to Fork Picnic, into a three-day weekend of events that will [...]

2016-11-26T09:31:37-05:00March 31st, 2015|Farm to Fork, Press Release|

CEFS’ Community Food Strategies Initiative Working to Support, Coordinate Statewide Food Systems Work

"Building a network of networks" In 2008 and 2009, CEFS convened hundreds of food system stakeholders from across the state in "Farm to Fork", a groundbreaking exploration of action opportunities for building a local, sustainable food system.  The initiative produced a statewide action guide identifying "game changer" strategies for transforming North Carolina's food system, From [...]

2016-11-26T09:31:42-05:00December 18th, 2014|E-News, Farm to Fork|

NC 10% Campaign Releases Collards in the Cafeteria, A Video Taste of Farm-to-School in Gaston County

Nestled in the agricultural heart of North Carolina, Gaston County schools are attempting to source 10% of their produce locally. Students love the addition of fresh, local strawberries and watermelons to their menu, but how about collards? Collards in the Cafeteria follows the journey of this nutrient-rich leafy green from the fields to the county's [...]

2016-11-26T09:31:44-05:00December 18th, 2014|E-News, Farm to Fork|