Once Upon a Pasty

If you’ve been to the Upper Peninsula, you have probably had a pasty. In the 1800s, many Cornish migrants came to the US, particularly the UP, to work in the iron mines. With them, they brought Cornish pasties. These hearty hand pies are traditionally packed with beef, onions, potatoes, and rutabagas. Today, they remain wildly […]

Transitioning Farmland to the Next Generation of Farmers : Land Access Educational Summit #1

Join the Southwest Land Access Partners for this educational summit on February 2, 2018 Kalamazoo Valley College, Culinary Allied Health Building 9:30 AM- 3:30 PM As we know, access to land for farming and conservation purposes is vitally important as more and more farmland will change hands in the coming years. Bringing together beginning and […]

in Economy, Event, Kelly Wilson

Tackling Climate Change at your Dinner Table

What we choose to eat has huge implications on the planet’s ability to sustain us. Globally, food production accounts for approximately 33% of our total greenhouse gas emissions. The good news is, collectively, we have the power to mitigate some of the effects of climate change by choosing sustainable dietary patterns. Learn from TLD’s Registered […]

in Find Local Food, Food Waste, Kelly Wilson, Paula Martin, Stories