Tag Archives: local food

How To Start/Support the Local Food Movement in Your Town

I am working on updating our frequently asked questions this week, and this is one that comes up a lot: “How do I start and/or support the local food movement where I live?” This is a tough question, especially since it is usually asked by someone in a rural area. Every community is different and it is […]

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Now Hiring: The Bluebird Cafe in Stanford

I’ve got some cool news! My friends at the Bluebird are looking for a sous chef. If you live in Kentucky and are passionate about cooking great food using local, healthy ingredients, this is the job for you. I’ve heard that it is an amazing place to work and I know it is an amazing place to eat. While […]

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Bowling Green: The Next Kentucky Foodie Town?

In recent years, Louisville has led the way for the state of Kentucky by becoming a mecca for real food enthusiasts across the country and the world. It’s no wonder—Kentucky chefs have access to quality food produced by any of the 80,000+ farms throughout the state. It only makes sense that a city like Louisville […]

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You’re Invited: Southern KY Food Day 2012

There’s a great event coming up at WKU on October 24th, and I wanted you to be the first to know about it! Food Day is going to be a day-long conference that will be ideally suited for farmers, foodies, consumers, gardeners… anyone with an interest in food (which should be all of us). There […]

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Interview: Rachael Brugger of Faith Feeds

Rachael Brugger is a volunteer and board member with Faith Feeds, a gleaning organization that seeks to alleviate hunger in the Bluegrass through the provision of fresh fruits and vegetables. She moved to Kentucky in 2009 to work as senior associate web editor for Hobby Farms and Hobby Farm Home magazines, and on weekends, she moonlights […]

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