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  • t_Thom

    Hey this is awesome! A few people and I are working on promoting local food in our community here in San Luis Obispo. We have come up with a plan to help people cook with healthier, local ingredients produced by farmers and artisans in our community. We use chef inspired recipes to teach people about where their food comes from, how its grown, and how to cook it! We recently launched our kickstarter campaign, http://kck.st/177pfGz check us out and let us know what you think!!

  • Chelsea Craig

    A solid initiative. Another potential scheme could work to promote and foster urban gardens within local neighbourhoods of New Orleans through co-operatives, which are becoming more popular here in Vancouver. Shifting to more local food sources is undoubtedly a more sustainable and ostensibly transparent option for New Orleans communities, and in the face of impending (and more intensive) climate changes, the more local the food source, the more secure it is, the better.