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Food Justice: Take A Bite Out Of Culinary Crime!

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You will not find any super heroes here or at least find anyone wearing a cape and possessing extraordinary powers. Though, you will find people spreading the word that what you are eating may be contributing to the destruction of your well-being. Their weapon of choice: educating the public that you don’t have to be […]


Pearl Market Opens Downtown Today

Anne Evans Anne Evans

Mayor Michael B. Coleman will be heading up the opening kick-off of the Pearl Market today at 10:30am. Pearl Market is located in Pearl Alley one block north of the Ohio Statehouse. This year over fifty vendors have signed up to bring you wonderful fresh produce, delicious baked goods and one of a kind crafts. After […]


Slow Food – Food Organizations Database Project


One of the most remarkable changes in Columbus, as well as in the country more generally, in the past decade has been the growth in interest in food and food-related issues. This interest has led to a focus on the improvement of all levels of the American food system — improving access to good, clean, […]


Spring is in the air at the Wayward Seed Farm

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Belstar Super Scorzonera, Rose Finn Apple Fingerlings, and Kolibri Kohlrabi. If these words mean nothing to you, then perhaps you need to spend a little more time chatting with Adam and Jamie at Wayward Seed Farm in Marysville. These produce superstars are gearing up for the summer season and bringing all sorts of locally-grown exotic […]


North Market Hosts Ohio Proud Sundays This Summer

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Press Release: North Market Hosts Ohio Proud Sundays Photo by Chris Graham The North Market supports thirty-plus small businesses seven days a week, twenty some farmers on Saturdays during the growing season, fifty odd (in number not in character) artisans on the first and third Sundays from May through October, and now on select Sundays, […]

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CU Podcast Episode #14: The Crafting Community

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThis week we talk shop with Amy Dalrymple of AmyD and Olivera Bratich of Wholly Craft about buying locally made goods, the crafting community in Columbus, some upcoming crafting events, and different ways for people to get involved with making local goods. You can use the player below to […]


Possible Milk Order Changes Could Adversely Affect Snowville

Anne Evans Anne Evans

Recently, there have been proposals submitted to the USDA to “consider changes to the producer-handler and exempt plant provisions in all federal milk marketing orders.” (USDA Office of Communications). In January, the National Milk Producers Federation and the International Dairy Foods Association submitted changes to eliminate the producer-handler exemption in an effort to close a […]


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