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Berkshire Grown

HEIRLOOM by design, at Greylock WORKS

Join us as we celebrate the Berkshires’ passion for authentic, handcrafted design and local food.
Heirloom by DESIGN - Valuing what we make and grow.

 

Join us as we celebrate the Berkshires’ passion for authentic, handcrafted design and local food.

Set in Greylock WORKS’ expansive, light-filled weave shed, this unique marketplace brings together regional artisans, curators, chefs and farmers, to delight guests of all ages and interests.

Peruse and procure quality local crafts and discover exciting new flavors with demos, talks and tastings curated by our friends at Berkshire Grown.

Apply to sell your handcrafted goods or bites! To review our vendor information and application, click here.

 

The Top Left Corner, Episode 2, Farm CSAs, Environmental Justice

We talk with Berkshire Grown about CSAs
and The Berkshire Environmental Action Team about Environmental Justice.

6¢ City Park. Prevention of Pollution 1970
6¢ City Park. Prevention of Pollution 1970

Well, you might think, listening to this week’s episode, that something was way up with the audio on the Top Left Corner. You might think that I forgot to hook up the doll. That’s exactly what happened: I forgot to hook up the doll. Working on it. Working on it.

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Massachusetts Food System Plan to Be Discussed

 

Attendee at the 2014 Boston Food Fest, photo courtesy MAPC
Attendee at the 2014 Boston Food Fest, photo courtesy MAPC

Massachusetts developing its first comprehensive food system plan since 1974.

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire Athenaeum will host a forum Tuesday, Feb. 24 that will, in part, determine the future of food across the Commonwealth. As part of a series of events that began in June of 2014 the event will focus on the local food production and distribution systems that affect food security levels for individuals, families, and communities.

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Massachusetts Food System Plan to Be Discussed at Berkshire Forum

 

Attendee at the 2014 Boston Food Fest, photo courtesy MAPC
Attendee at the 2014 Boston Food Fest, photo courtesy MAPC

Massachusetts developing its first comprehensive food system plan since 1974.

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire Athenaeum will host a forum Tuesday, Feb. 24 that will, in part, determine the future of food across the Commonwealth. As part of a series of events that began in June of 2014 the event will focus on the local food production and distribution systems that affect food security levels for individuals, families, and communities.

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