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2019 Outlaw Music Festival

2019 Outlaw Music Festival Featuring Willie Nelson & Family, The Avett Brothers, Alison Krauss, Old Crow Medicine Show, & Dawes Saturday, June 22 KeyBank Pavilion 3:00 PM Tickets are on sale now!

All-Clad Factory Sale: Early Access!

Check out this special offer from our friends at All-Clad: We are excited to offer special Early Access to the All-Clad Factory Sale! Shop the sale before it opens to the public on Friday morning! Donate $20 to reserve a time slot on Thursday June 6 — all proceeds benefit Make-A-Wish of Western PA! Early…

Burgh Bees: Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

From our friends at Burgh Bees: The year’s schedule is filling up and thank you to all the volunteers that have come out so far! If you are available for one or more of the upcoming events please reach out to kyle@burghbees.com.       The Bloomfield Folk and Flower Festival Saturday, May 11th 11am…

May 14: Sustainable Community Development Network (SCDN) Forum

You are cordially invited to join Sustainable Pittsburgh and Local Government Academy (LGA) for a Sustainable Community Development Network (SCDN) Forum where community and municipal leaders, and subject matter experts will discuss how to create economic and community resilience by strengthening policies related to local food production. The forum will be held on Tuesday, May…

Mother’s Day Country Brunch At Blackberry Meadows Farm!

Mother’s Day Country Brunch At Blackberry Meadows Farm! Join us for a peaceful meal on the farm in honor of mom!  Many wonderful features including: HomemadeAll-You-Can-Eat Buffet Organic, Farm-raised Ingredients Build-Your-Own Herb Garden and a complementary mimosa for Mom! Reserve your seats at our family-style table today! Tickets are $50 per person for this exclusive…

Next Level Sales: Improving Online Presence for Farmers

Next Level Sales: Improving Online Presence for Farmers is part of a workshop series hosted by Penn State Extension in partnership with The Food Trust. It is made possible by a grant from the USDA’s Farmers Market Promotion Program (FMPP). WHEN: May 22, 2019, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM WHERE: Pittsburgh Food Policy Council 5341…

The latest from Community Kitchen Pittsburgh

From our friends at Community Kitchen Pittsburgh: Rebecca Romagnoli from The Vandal May 23, 2019 6:30PM – 9:00PM Get tickets now! Born just south of Pittsburgh, Chef Rebecca Romagnoli embarked on her culinary journey at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. While a student there, she excelled at her studies and earned the prestigious James Beard…

The Gluten-Free Grains Cookbook Launch Party 4/25

From Table Magazine: Our very own contributing editor and stylist, Quelcy Kogel, just released her very first cookbook, The Gluten-Free Grains Cookbook (Page Street Publishing). We couldn’t be more excited to try recipes like Seared Scallops with Edamame Puree & Tart Sorghum Salsa, Chilled Rhubarb Radish Soup with Rose & Beet Granola, and Black &…

Slow Food Pittsburgh’s Laptop Butchershop

Slow Food Pittsburgh‘s Laptop Butchershop celebrates fourteen years of connecting Pittsburgh with organic and/or carefully-raised local meats and poultry. Animals are pastured, meaning they are raised outdoors on grass, the way nature intended. Some animals are fed grains, also carefully raised. The meat is exceptionally delicious and heart-healthy, rich in correctly balanced CLA’s/nutrients. These products…

Understanding How to Deal with Condescension and Disrespect From Others Involved in Farming

Workshop Title: Understanding How to Deal with Condescension and Disrespect From Others Involved in Farming When: April 24, 2019 Time: 10:00 AM – Noon Cost: $10. Send check payable to Penn State or Cash to: PA-WAgN302 Armsby BuildingUniversity Park, PA 16802 before April 16th or you will need to pay at the door. Space is…