Farm to Table Pittsburgh Blog

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITY – PA-WAgn 11th Annual One-­‐Day Symposium

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITY – The Pennsylvania Women’s Agricultural Network (PA-­‐WAgN) is pleased to announce the 11th Annual One-­‐Day Symposium –Women Growing Justice–taking place on Wednesday December 12, 2018, and this year’s event is moving to the Pittsburgh region! PA-­‐WAgN is a powerful network of women farmers, entrepreneurs, educators, service providers and growers, and the Symposium is…

TribLive – 412 Food Rescue group pushes into 724 area code

With a $20,000 donation from Uber and thousands of pounds of food from Farm Aid 2017, Pittsburgh-based 412 Food Rescue has been able to push to the 724 area code on multiple fronts. And through a partnership with the Westmoreland County Housing Authority, the group has been able to significantly expand its service area, which…

Farmraiser Grant: Raising Animal Welfare Standards One Farm At A Time

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Raising Animal Welfare Standards One Farm At A Time Pittsburgh, PA — The Ethical Farming Fund, a local nonprofit dedicated to humane animal farming, is excited to announce their second ever Farmraiser Grant. This $1000-grant will help a local animal farm improve the welfare of their livestock, creating a more humane food…

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Farm to Table’s “For the Love of Pittsburgh” Tasting 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contact: Eileen French Jordan Phone: 412-874-0272 Farm to Table’s “For the Love of Pittsburgh” Tasting Seeks to Level the Playing Field and Give Back February 10, 2018- August Wilson Center January 31, 2018 (Pittsburgh, PA) – For the Love of Pittsburgh, Farm to Table’s winter local tasting event, comes to…

Pittsburgh Food Entrepreneurs – Parts Ignored By Parts Unknown
Farmland Leasing & Land Opportunities Program
2017 Farm to Table Pittsburgh Conference Speaker Schedule Published
11th Annual Farm to Table Pittsburgh Conference March 24-25, 2017
Visiting the 2017 PA Farm Show
#TBT: That Saturday we all got together in the Strip District

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