Farm to Table Pittsburgh Blog

SBDC UPCOMING CENTER OF EXCELLENCE WEBINARS & WORKSHOPS

April 13- Manufacturing Series: Closing Your First Online Sale April 14- Networking your Business during a Pandemic April 14- Using Videos Effectively for Your Business; What Works and What Doesn’t  April 20- Manufacturing Series: Digital Marketing Deep Dive for US Manufacturers April 21- Website Planning Series: Website Technology You Should Know About April 22- Proven…

Hip-Hip-Hooray

…Triple B will be opening early May!     Stay up-to-date on all the Farm News (as well as health guidelines & policies) Always check our website for most up to date info. Make sure you & your friends have signed up for our e-newsText TRIPLEB to 866-933-1117 Watch our Facebook & Instagram      …

Blackberry Meadows Farm Farm Journal 4/11/21

New in the Store front: Eggs, SEEDLINGS (kale, cabbage, broccoli, lettuce, etc) and Produce.   You can place your order here for pick up at:   The Farm this Wednesday 11 – 7   The Northside (801 Union Pl, Pittsburgh, PA 15212) this Wednesday at 3:30/3:45   ***If you miss the pick up window, please…

Green Grocer Announces April-November 2021 Schedule

The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank’s Green Grocer is a mobile farmers market truck. They sell fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy products meats and dry goods in neighborhoods throughout Allegheny County. . Checkout neighborhood stops and schedule starting April 1st here. 

Learn & Earn Summer Youth Employment Program

Learn & Earn is designed to provide meaningful work experiences, mentorship and career exposure to low-income young adults ages 14-24, residing in Allegheny County. This six-week program is sponsored by Allegheny County, the City of Pittsburgh and Partner4Work. Despite the challenges of 2020, 1,610 young people were employed last summer, earning an average of $958.41. In total, 1.59 million…

USDA Seeks Public Input to Help Create a New Rural Renewable Energy Pilot Program

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced it is requesting public input from interested parties, including potential customers and interested stakeholders, to help create a new Rural Renewable Energy Pilot Program. To ensure a diverse group of voices are heard, USDA is seeking written comments and will host a public listening session on April 22,…

Spring 2021 Workshops with PASA

WEBINAR April 6 E-Commerce Roundtable: What Works & What Doesn’t RESEARCH MEETING April 5 Soil Health Benchmarks Learning Community: Vegetable Cohort RESEARCH MEETING April 7 Soil Health Benchmarks Learning Community: Row Crop Cohort RESEARCH MEETING April 12 Soil Health Benchmarks Learning Community: Pastured Livestock Cohort WEBINAR April 13 Plant Nutrition for Urban Soils WEBINAR April…

Walk Up Wednesdays Will Continue Through March

Every Wednesday from 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM Orchids make the perfect gift to brighten someone’s day!Choose traditional white or a splash of color.  Orchid in flex pot – $20.00 plus taxOrchid in plastic grower’s pot – $22.00 plus taxOrchid in terracotta – $27.00 plus tax Also available for purchase: Locally Grown Herbs – $3.00 plus tax Succulents –…

Wolf Administration Announces $500,000 Available To Improve Childhood Access To Healthy, Local Foods

03/04/2021 ​Harrisburg, PA – Today, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding announced the opening of the 2020-21 PA Farm Bill’s $500,000 Farm to School Grant Program to improve access to healthy, local foods and increase agriculture education opportunities for children pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. “The future of Pennsylvania agriculture relies on developing an agriculture literate society, and that begins with…