Harvest time is ending and the holidays are drawing near, it’s time to enjoy the farm to table bounty we’ve worked so hard to preserve!
If you are a Sustainable Chick, it’s also time to catch up on what’s new and innovative in the farm to table movement.
This month we have updates on food safety, how you can help save the endangered rusty patched bumble bee and plant-based dyes you can make from your farmers market haul. Read on!
WHAT’S ON OUR NOVEMBER FARM TO TABLE BOOKSHELF:
Buck, Buck, Moose is the first comprehensive, lushly photographed, full-color guide to working with and cooking all forms of venison, including deer, elk, moose, antelope and caribou.
Easily keep track of the work you’ve put into your homestead or small farm – or figure out the work you need to put into it – with the help of this convenient planner. Ideal for homesteaders and small farmers working anything from 2 to 40 acres,
Lighthearted yet authoritative, Spit That Out! cuts through the information overload, sorts cloth from disposable, and empowers readers to make simple but impactful changes.
NOVEMBER FARM TO TABLE TRENDS:
Food Safety, Farm to Fork – Great food safety tips and reminders for the holidays
How You Can Help the Endangered Rusty Patched Bumble Bee TODAY! – Super easy and quick steps you can take right now to help save the bees
Does Your Grocery Store Kill Bees or Protect Pollinators? – Before you head out to purchase your holiday food, check this list to see how “bee-friendly” your grocer is
8 Pro Tips for Shopping Your Farmers Market – Benefit from these insider tips on how to make the most of your budget and time.
An Ode to Farmers Markets – Sweet tribute with some great salad recipes
Where do ingredients at farm-to-table restaurants come from? – Interesting insight behind-the-scenes
Hunters should try Share the Harvest – Terrific example of a program in Missouri where hunters donate venison to those in need
5 Gorgeous Plant-Based Dyes you can make from your Farmer’s Market Haul – great way to start your own soil to studio movement!
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