April 24, 2014

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ThinkFood April 19, 2014

thinkfood conference Saturday April 19

  Interested in the local food movement? Join us for a conference co-hosted by the newly established Center for Food Studies at Bard College at Simon’s Rock and The Nutrition Center Learn more... Kellogg Music Center Bard College at Simon’s Rock 9:30a.m. - 3:00p.m. Limited seating, advance registration required: … [Read More...]

Berkshire Grown Brunch at Prairie Whale April 27, 2014

Celebrate Spring April 27, 2014

  Meet Berkshire Grown Board and staff and farmers. Learn more about Berkshire Grown.     $10 for 12 year old and under. … [Read More...]

Seedlings Woven Roots

Saturday April 12 – how to keep farmers on the land and increase the land in farming?

Read About it Here Saturday April 12, 10 am to 2 pm Berkshire Athenaeum (Pittsfield’s Public Library) One Wendell Avenue, Downtown Pittsfield Lunch, RSVP Required   Berkshire Grown and Community Land Trust in the Southern Berkshires are convening a conversation among people and organizations working in the Berkshires to put more farmers … [Read More...]

Rafi at BG table

A farmer writes in Huffington Post:

                      Berkshire Grown: A Case Study of an Organization Vital in Creating a Local Food System (Huffington Post) by Rafi Bildner - With a staff of just one full and two part-time employees (along with a dedicated volunteer board), Berkshire … [Read More...]

The Sugar Season

The Sugar Season: Sunday March 9th

Writer Douglas Whynott, author of the new book The Sugar Season: A Year in the Life of Maple Syrup, and One Family's Quest for the Sweetest Harvest, will be giving a reading and a talk at The Bookloft in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Sunday, March 9th at 4pm. The Sugar Season follows one New England family as they work to preserve an ancient, … [Read More...]

Taste Berkshires pic


            Click for TasteBERKSHIRES The Berkshire Visitors Bureau new focus for 2014 is Taste Berkshires, and we're happy to see Berkshire Grown members featured! Their first spotlight article takes a look at Cricket Creek Farm, Chocolate Springs and Table Six restaurant … [Read More...]