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Organization Name
Radish Road
City
Concord
State
Massachusetts
Zip Code
01742
Current Position Title:
Consultant in the fields of food and farm education.
Website:
http://www.radishroad.com
Vision and hopes for the fast-growing movement of farm-based education?
Lots of vibrant, interactive, and productive information sharing and regional organizing.
What is your favorite childhood farm or garden memory?
Warm cherry tomatoes right off the vine from my dad's garden!

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Bjarteyjarsandur Farm in Iceland

Posted on February 20, 2013 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Bjarteyjarsandur Farm is northwest of Reykjavík in Hvalfjörður Iceland.  It is nestled on the north side of a mountainous fjord between acres of rolling hills and the mussel-filled coastline.  If you read no further be sure to check out the …

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Life as it Could be: Farms for Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

Posted on December 14, 2009 at 3:30pm 1 Comment

A portion of this article will appear in the Conservation Council's December Newsletter. The Conservation Council is a giving society of the Trustees of Reservations. The farms of the Trustees of Reservations are organizational members of the FBEA and Wayne Castonguay, General manager of Appleton Farms (a Trustees farm) is a founding board member of the FBEA.

Two retrospectives, traveling exhibits, and a new…

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A Dilly of a Growth Spurt in the Canning Business

Posted on October 24, 2009 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

Peaches, cucumbers, and peppers - if it fits in a jar you can preserve it for a mid-winter burst of mouth sunshine.



The Wall Street Journal's October 15, 2009 article, Putting Up Produce: Yes, You Can by Ana Campoy shares recipes, history, and encouraging statistics about how a junk economy and a major shift towards healthy eating has found people stove-side boiling,… Continue

A Moo-Moo Here, and Better Test Scores Later ~ October 20, 2009 New York Times Article

Posted on October 20, 2009 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

Javier C. Hernandez's October 20, 2009 New York Times article A Moo-Moo Here, and Better Test Scores Later features Harlem Success Academy, a chain of charter schools in New York whose educators have drawn the connections between field trips and the test taking results of school-aged children. One emphasis is on connecting urban children with the…

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Will Allen's Boston Globe Op-Ed

Posted on October 19, 2009 at 3:03pm 0 Comments

Will Allen. My hero!



From today's Boston Globe:

We need a revolution in our food delivery system because the global $3.2 trillion processed-food industry is undermining our health and significantly contributing to our carbon footprint.



The Good Food Revolution

by Will Allen

October 19, 2009…




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At 10:12pm on March 12, 2012, FBEN Administrator said…

Mike thanks.  is there a way to "follow" events like one can follow new discussions?

At 9:55pm on March 12, 2012, Michael Roman said…

It was great talking to you today. I'll let you know when I have a draft ready.

At 9:21pm on April 21, 2010, Will Szal said…
Also, are you heading to the Slow Money conference at Shelburne Farms in June? I will be there and it is looking as though it will be pretty great. Slow Money would be another great connection for the FBEA to grow.
At 6:43pm on April 21, 2010, Will Szal said…
Hi Brooke,

I am sure you know of them, but have you been in touch with Edible Communities Publications? It seems as though they could be a really great ally for the FBEA.

Will
At 3:44am on August 29, 2009, Jennifer Marie Norton said…
Hello Ms Brooke!

Thank you for what you do. Do we have an estimated cost for the conference? Options for work-exchange/scholarship?? I hope all is well. We are great down here in Tennessee.

Blessings.
At 9:38pm on April 14, 2009, Joanna Green said…
HI Brooke. I wont be able to make the thing at Hawthorne Valley this saturday but thanks for letting me know. Aslo -some comments on this online thing (What do you call this thing- a "site"?)...

I ended up becoming a member of the Mass group when i didnt intend to. I just posted a comment to see what would happen but i became a group member. Maybe this is a bug? Also, it seems not so great that we cant change our privacy settings once we set up a group. Better if we could adapt as needed.

I guess I need to play around a bit before using this "site" as a communications vehicle with my group. We have so much to work on and I dont want to add any unnecessarily frustrating elements to our work. But it sure is a nice space if you can get it to work smoothly. Thanks for everything-Joanna
 
 
 

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