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Student Organization Promotes Sustainable Food Solutions

Student organization Real Food Cornell hosted the second annual Cornell Food Days in order to promote sustainable and ethical food solutions on campus...

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Food Day 2015

Food Day aims to move us "toward a greener diet," for better health and sustainability...

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Prevent Food Waste and Save $1600 a Year!

The average American household discards about a quarter of food purchases...

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Tompkins Food Scrap Recycling Expands

A new food scrap drop spot is planned for East Hill, and a food scrap recycling bay at the Solid Waste Center is slated for construction, according to a news release...

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Second Annual Seed-to-Table Experience Now Open For Enrollment

Week-long immersion in our local food system geared toward youth aged 8 to 18, includes cooking lessons, farm field trips and fun adventures at local markets and restaurants...

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Scientists Bolster 'Phage' Weapons in Food Safety Battle

In the war to keep food safe from bacteria, Cornell food scientists examine a class of weaponry called bacteriophages...

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2015 Guide to Foods Produced in the Southern Tier & Finger Lakes

Visit a farm and pick it yourself or have it delivered to your doorstep, buy it at a farmers' market or the neighborhood roadside stand...

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Waiting to Harvest After a Rain Enhances Food Safety

To protect consumers from foodborne illness, produce farmers should wait 24 hours after a rain or irrigating their fields to harvest crops...

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Friendship Donations Network’s Neighborhood Food Hubs Begin July 1

Have extra produce from your garden or CSA share? Here’s an easy way to donate it to neighbors in need through a food pantry in your area!

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Shop at Ithaca Farmers Market

You can shop at an Ithaca Farmer Market site nearly every day of the week...