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Hi All,
My friend Virginia Dec is moving to Little Rock to co-run a newly opening 
restaurant.  A few questions:
1.They hope to buy as much as possible from local organic farmers and would 
like to know what mechanisms are already in place for doing this (farmers' 
co-op, direct purchasing).
2. In the long run she would also like to farm and would like to start 
meeting organic farmers to get to know the region, etc.  Any introductions?
3. In the short run she'd like to grow on land close in.  Are there community 
garden plots?  Any farmers really close in that would like a helper or 
willing to rent a bit of land?
4. I know she'd like to meet other chefs (anyone around from the Chefs' 
5. Any good sized composting programs going on so they can compost they 
kitchen  waste?
Mmm.  Good food soon.   Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge.
Judy Tiger, Washington DC

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