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  1. Crockpot squirrel, beaver pot roast, catfish dip: Spotlighting wild food

    ... in the pot roast. Both were tasty. Another popular wild food I’ve been seeing on Facebook photos recently is morel mushrooms. Several ... Nature's notebook Food , Local Foods , Longleaf Pine , Muscadines , mushrooms ...

    Garrett Nelson - Apr 16, 2015

  2. Exhibit, films, creek-side walks planned for 'City of Creeks'

    ... ( Mecklenburg Creeks Drawing, a large cut-paper map of local watersheds), Stacy Levy ( Watershed Pantry ), Marek Ranis ( ... receptions. Panel discussions with each film. Slow Food Charlotte co-sponsors. Thursday, April 9, 6 p.m.:   Lost ...

    Mary Newsom - Apr 23, 2015

  3. 'City of Creeks' debuts March 27, launches KEEPING WATCH second year

    ... disciplines and interest groups to engage the public in local environmental issues. Through the work of artists, historians, writers, ... Park & Recreation, North Carolina Science Festival, Slow Food Charlotte, STEM Early College High School, Sustain Charlotte, UNC ...

    Mary Newsom - Apr 20, 2015

  4. Chart Charlotte region's progress toward CONNECT goals

    ... initiative moves into the implementation phase, to assist local governments in their individual efforts to realize the goals and ... development, transportation, land use, housing, energy, food access and public health) and its public engagement team to identify ...

    Mary Newsom - Feb 25, 2015

  5. Cabarrus' Lomax farm faces uncertain future

    ... of support from neighbors, members of the region’s local foods movement, even Cabarrus County native Scott Avett of the Avett ... An urban farm to cultivate more than crops Local food craze swamps area markets How Charlotte’s local food movement ...

    Chuck McShane - Oct 07, 2014

  6. Building an oasis in the desert

    A commentary on food deserts and local responses to eliminate them Is it ... public health and the financial consequences seen in our local and national infrastructures, we must develop viable options to address ...

    admin - Nov 10, 2014

  7. A new champion for the region’s farmers

    ... Just west of the Yadkin-Pee Dee River, a start-up farm and food council is emerging with a vision to fill small farmers’ wallets with money and the Charlotte region’s plates with local food. Farm and Food Council launches in Anson, ...

    Visitor (not verified) - Nov 04, 2014

  8. Beer: Is it zoned out?

    ... sprout across the Charlotte region, an industry group of local brewers and beer lovers is working with Charlotte planners to make city ... , Downtown Revitalization , ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT , Food , Homebrew , Land Use , Local Foods , PLANNING ...

    Visitor (not verified) - Nov 04, 2014

  9. Robin Emmons

    ... is the Founder and Executive Director of Sow Much Good, a local non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating socio-economic, racial ... resulting from lack of access to nutritionally dense food products based on status, geographic location or any combination of ...

    Visitor (not verified) - Nov 10, 2014

  10. Is retail's future on display in region?

    ... 516. The Richfield store, newly built between a Food Lion-anchored strip center and a Dollar General near N.C. 49 and U.S. 52, ... store, the company tries to tailor the product selection to local customers’ needs. As a sign on the front door boasts, the Richfield ...

    Visitor (not verified) - Nov 04, 2014