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Organic Apples are in Season

Oct 18 2017
Cornucopia’s Take: Organic apples are healthy for your family and the planet – and you may be able to buy them from a local farmer! You can look for farmers near you on Local Harvest’s website .
5 Reasons You Should Always Buy Organic Apples Rodale’s [continue reading]

Western Mass. dining news: Paint party, takeout options and more

Oct 17 2017
On Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. the 350 Grill Steakhouse on Worthington Street in Springfield will be hosting a PaintNite evening. A tropical landscape entitled “Purple Serenity” will be the subject of the session. 350 Grill will be offering appetizers and beverages to purchase during the painting session, and free parking is available in the [continue reading]

Valley Bounty: Winter CSAs

Oct 15 2017
For many of us in the Pioneer Valley, the weekly ritual of swinging by the farm to pick up our farm share is a familiar fixture of the warm-weather months. As the days are (finally) starting to cool off, I only have a few Saturdays left on the calendar with “PICK UP FARM SHARE” scrawled [continue reading]

Western Mass. dining news: Wild game and beer in Ludlow, benefit dinners and more

Oct 12 2017
There are several dining events worth checking out in the weeks ahead.
 
Europa Black Rock Bar and Grille in Ludlow is collaborating with five local breweries to present a Wild Game & Local Beer Dinner on Oct. 26. The five-course dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. with elk sloppy Joe sliders. That [continue reading]

Springfield Garden Club shines light on past with flower show

Oct 10 2017
Springfield Garden Club’s Oct. 20 and 21 standard flower show has the theme “Rooted in the Past and Still Growing.”
It will feature creative, themed floral arrangements and displays on horticulture and gardening as well as educational displays at The Lyman and Merrie Wood Museum of Springfield History at the Springfield Museums, 21 Edwards [continue reading]

Paradise City Arts Festival returns to Northampton for 3-day run

Oct 5 2017
The word “craft” takes on an additional meaning at this holiday weekend’s three-day Paradise City Arts Festival , which kicks off Saturday at the Three Country Fairgrounds in Northampton.
Yes, it’s still about the 250 outstanding artists and master craft makers who travel from 25 states to show and sell original works [continue reading]

The Big E 2017 sets new attendance record

Oct 2 2017
WEST SPRINGFIELD — A record number of fairgoers turned out for The Big E in West Springfield this year.
According to the Eastern States Exposition, The Big E welcomed 1,525,553 in the past 17-days. The previous record of 1,498,605, was set in 2014.
“I am humbled to see the incredible support [continue reading]

Hiring: Full Time Farm Work – Kitchen Garden Farm

Sep 28 2017
Kitchen Garden Farm is a certified organic vegetable farm in Sunderland MA. Seeking experienced farm workers for full time harvest and production tasks starting immediately. Preference for applicants interested in continuing next season. Position runs through November with possibility of part time hours into the winter. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. and work [continue reading]

Best Of Mass Big E: Top Five new foods announced, judging takes place Wednesday

Sep 27 2017
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Preparing for one last weekend at The Big E? MassLive readers whittled down The Big E’s list of new food in the Best Of Mass voting round . Now it is time to use your suggestions to name the best food at the fair.
Since the top [continue reading]

Sugar Maples, a Proverbial Canary in the Changing Climate

Sep 24 2017
Cornucopia’s Take: As our climate changes, many species are disappearing from their native habitat, and sugar maples are one that is in danger. Sap farmers are tapping other trees for syrup now, including the more hardy red maple. Many people are planning adaptations to the changing climate, and more study and discussion [continue reading]

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