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April 29, 2010

Raleigh Downtown Farmers Market

Raleigh Downtown Farmer’s Market opened yesterday on City Plaza! The day was colder than the spring temperatures we’ve grown accustom to, but plenty of folks…Read More▸

April 29, 2010

Ripe Recipe – Sally’s Rhubarb Crisp!

It’s that time of year again for another delicious recipe from Sally we all love so much! This time, it’s a recipe passed down from…Read More▸

April 29, 2010

Fresh, Frozen, or Canned – It’s Good to Eat Fruits and Vegetables!

The following post is written by NCSU student, Madelaine Frye. It is the 2nd in a series of blogs she will be writing chronicling her…Read More▸

April 27, 2010

Gov. Bev Perdue Planted A Row for the Hungry – AGAIN!

Last week Governor Bev Perdue joined the Food Shuttle and Logan’s Trading Company once again and pledged her commitment to the Plant a Row for…Read More▸

April 26, 2010

How To Save Time And Money When Cooking

The following is a blog from NC State student Holly Starks. It is the 3rd in a series of 6 posts she will be writing…Read More▸

April 26, 2010

Name the Chickens Contest!

The Food Shuttle now has 3 new “chicks!” Spence’s Farm donated 1 rooster and 2 chickens to the Food Shuttle Farm! These chicks will be…Read More▸

April 23, 2010

“A Cultural Exchange and Meeting of Minds”

By: Sun Butler Monsanto sent a work group to the Food Shuttle Farm last week for their annual volunteer event. After a quick tour we…Read More▸

April 23, 2010

Take a New Twist on Fast-Food

The following is a blog from NCSU student Kate Towery. It is the 3rd in a series of 5 blog posts (read her posts from…Read More▸

April 23, 2010

Food Shuttle 5 – top moments on the web this week

Gov. Perdue Plants A Row for the Hungry! Earlier today, Governor Perdue planted corn, beans and squash in her garden at the Executive Mansion for…Read More▸

April 23, 2010

Governor Perdue to Join Plant a Row for the Hungry Campaign

Gov. Perdue will plant rows of beans, corn, cucumbers and more at the Executive Mansion for the “Plant a Row for the Hungry” Campaign. Plant a Row (PAR) is a national campaign to encourage all gardeners to grow a little extra produce to donate to the hungry and homeless, run locally by Inter-Faith Food Shuttle and Logan's Trading Company. Read More▸

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