The Town of West Springfield has given the green light to a weekly Farmer's Market to be hosted by Hampden Bank at their 220 Westfield Street branch office location beginning on Tuesday, May 4th.
Pioneer Valley Blog
MAY 21-23, 2010 ♦ Charleston, South Carolina
Come see speakers like Annie Leonard from the Story of Stuff, Judy Wicks, David Korten, David Orr, Michael Shuman and others. Click here for a full list of speakers.
I am young farmer (originally from Brooklyn) pursuing my dreams and starting a farm in upstate NY. Last year, I have my own gardening business around the city called Edible Landscapes from which I collected and dried some of my current inventory.
To see what I have in stock, go to the "Order Seeds" section of www.collectedseed.com
Thank you for extending your love to where you live as well. We love this place too.
building energy efficiency resources for our members and for
communities served by our local organizing councils.
*** Co-op Power's Energy Efficiency programs are launching this
month under Paul Schmidt's leadership. Paul has 23 years experience
in energy efficiency and we're excited to be able to now be able to
insulate and air seal your home! Email firstname.lastname@example.org if
you're interested in finding out how to upgrade your home.
I started Green Earth Computers to bring that knowledge and computer expertise to more people at a lower cost than the big companies can offer.
UMass Professor Alan Robinson, of the Isenberg School of Management, is supervising this project. See more about him at http://www.isenberg.umass.edu/finopmgt/Faculty/Profiles/Alan_Robinson/ and contact him at email@example.com
[Western Mass] EatUp! is a social gathering of interesting, fun-loving and friendly foodies of any age who would like to gather in the eating establishments of the Pioneer Valley.
Swartz Family Farm, (www.SwartzFarmAmherst.com) of North Amherst is continuing to offer openings for its WINTER/SPRING Farm Share CSA program. This 4th generation family farm has been engaged in year-round vegetable and herb production for the past 25 years, growing greens, vegetables, and culinary herbs in their four season, 100% pesticide free greenhouses. In addition, they network with numerous other local family farms to offer their Members a wide array of local produce, eggs, cheeses, breads, honey, and prepared foods.