Why I Give: “I believe positive change arises when food connects communities, from farmers to processors to chefs and consumers. I see lives improve, of both animals and those that consume them, when people are introduced to the source of their food. The Good Meat Project’s unique style of experiential education does both in spades and that’s why I donate to them.” -Adam
Consider donating to the Good Meat Project today. Link in profile.
This is an awesome opportunity to spend time with one of the greats in American agriculture, Paul Willis, and learn more about what connects the world of food to the world of soil health and responsible livestock production.
#repost from @chefscollaborative
In partnership with @niman_ranch , we are thrilled to launch the 2018 Chefs Collaborative & Niman Ranch Scholarship!
This Scholarship is a rare opportunity to attend an exclusive, invite-only farmer celebration with fellow Chefs Collaborative Members, farmers, and food professionals who are committed to responsibly-raised meat. In addition to being a special weekend with like-minded colleagues, previous Scholarship recipients share that this experience has helped them #changemenuschangelives.
Always inspiring and impactful work being humbly performed by Derek Wager from Nicks on Broadway in Providence, RI. #repost@nicksonbroadway⠀ • • •⠀ So excited to announce our collaboration with the @jacquespepinfoundation & @jwuprovidence on June 6th for our Sustainable Seafood Symposium!
Guests speakers/fellow seafood warriors include: @chefmoonen@bartonseaver@bun_lai_miyas and more!
We’ll be talking about our complex seafood system, the challenges we face, & exploring creative opportunities & solutions to these dynamic issues.
With RI oysters & brews from @foolproofbrew to follow!!!!! __________
We only have 100 tickets available! Please join @jakerojas, me & this incredible group of humans! Ticket link in bio.
This event is honoring the 25th Anniversary of @chefscollaborative‘s dedication to improving our food system and all proceeds to this event will go towards continuing with that important mission. #changemenuschangelives
“Abundance at the center of a depopulated landscape—sums up the reality of rural Kansas. Yes, the harvest continues to be bounteous. But it masks a harder truth: Kansas’s plentiful grain crop has come at the expense of nearly everything else.” A really powerful article by friend and fellow @chefscollaborative board member Corie Brown. On @newfoodeconomy — https://newfoodeconomy.org/rural-kansas-depopulation-commodity-agriculture/.