What sense does it make when fresh strawberries grown in Pennsylvania are trucked westward to grace San Francisco fruit salads while California strawberries are shipped eastward to garnish New York desserts? Join us as we hop aboard the movement to buy and eat locally produced food, boosting the fortunes of local farmers and reducing our carbon footprints in the process.

ON A World of Possibilities | January 17, 2013 |

Grow Local, Eat Local: Feeding Our Hunger for Connection

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What sense does it make when fresh strawberries grown in Pennsylvania are trucked westward to grace San Francisco fruit salads while California strawberries are shipped eastward to garnish New York desserts? Join us as we hop aboard the movement to buy and eat locally produced food, boosting the fortunes of local farmers and reducing our carbon footprints in the process.

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