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BUY LOCAL & ORGANIC

  • Subject: [cg] BUY LOCAL & ORGANIC
  • From: Laura Berman laura@foodshare.net
  • Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2005 00:48:05 -0400

TAKE THE OCA'S ORGANIC HARVEST CHALLENGE: BUY LOCAL & ORGANIC

During September, Organic Harvest Month, OCA is calling on consumers to
begin to relocalize the nation's food system and drastically reduce food
miles by serving local and regional organic foods at your holiday BBQ or
potluck dinner. 

Try to restrict your menu to organic items grown or produced within a 150
mile radius of your home.

Share your story and favorite recipes in the OCA's "Breaking the Chains"
BLOG, and we will award the most compelling story and tastiest recipe with a
complimentary copy of the movie "Food for the Future."

For help finding local and organic food options visit
http://www.localharvest.org

Host a house party with the inspirational DVD, "Food for the Future," a
movie about the Floyd Boulevard Local Foods Market which highlights ordinary
people doing extraordinary things, Breaking the Chains!

 http://organicconsumers.org/HouseParty/fff.cfm
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