10AM THURSDAY - 6/10/2010 - KCUR 89.3 FM - All About KC's Farmers' Markets... on the Walt Bodine Show
There's not so much wrong with City Market (so I've heard...;}), it's just that there is so much more RIGHT with our Featured Organic Markets. Please listen in and phone in with your EAT.LOCAL.ORGANIC (and Free-Range) comments.
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THURSDAY, June 10 Eating Local: Farmers' Market Edition
It's nearly summertime, and in communities all across Kansas City, farmers are rising early and rolling their carts into local markets. So what seasonal offerings can you expect to see at the market this Kansas City summer? And what are the many ways you can prepare them to make a delicious, home-cooked meal?
Today, KCUR's Stephen Steigman will delve into the local food scene at the farmers' market and see what turns up.
Sherree Ross, certified holistic health coach, teaches classes at Communiversity, "Cooking Those O' So Glorious Greens (kale, collards, chards, and more)"
Zoe LaGrece, veggie chef, former restaurant owner, teaches classes at Communiversity and Whole Foods
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Using Urban Agriculture ...Strategies to Promote Neighborhood Stabilization and Community Development
special webinar series Urban Agriculture Date: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 Time: 1:00pm - 3:00pm, Central Urban agriculture provides many benefits. Besides arresting slum and blight, vegetable gardens can be a source of fresh, healthy food, and an educational resource for adults and school children. Additionally, urban agricultural projects have also been used to provide green job vocational training in some communities. Many not-for-profits have partnered with local governments to promote community gardens in neighborhoods where there is little or no demand to redevelop vacant properties.
This webinar will provide an overview of urban agriculture techniques and examples from a community that has successfully implemented projects. HUD, EPA, and USDA representatives will also be available to answer questions about resources and funding opportunities related to urban agriculture. Scheduled speakers: Patsy Benveniste (Chicago Botanic Garden) & Art McCabe (City of Lawrence, MA)
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