Yearly Archives: 2022

71 posts

Community Supported Agriculture Growing in the Sandhills

In the fall of 2022, Come to the Table helped facilitate the creation of a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) project in the Sandhills region of North Carolina, between the Sandhills AGInnovation Center (SAIC) and Pinehurst United Methodist Church.
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USDA Debt and Discrimination Relief

On October 18, USDA made an announcement regarding the first of several phases of critical debt relief assistance to farmers. This blog summarizes what debt relief has already occurred and what farmers may expect next. 
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Preparándose y gestionando el Huracán Ian

Este blog contiene un resumen de recursos y consejos para agricultores(as) y organizaciones de servicios agrícolas sobre cómo prepararse, responder y recuperarse de desastres naturales, como el huracán Ian. Continuaremos actualizando este artículo a medida que continúen los esfuerzos de recuperación.
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Prepping for and Handling Hurricane Ian

This summary of resources and tips for farmers and farm-serving organizations describes how to prepare, respond, and recover from natural disasters, like Hurricane Ian. We will continue to update this article as recovery efforts continue.
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RAFI-USA staff at Farm Aid

Farm Aid 2022: Artists, Advocates, and Farmers Gather in Raleigh

Farm Aid's 2022 message was loud and clear: farmers are increasingly facing the effects of climate change, leading to extreme weather events like droughts, hurricanes, temperature changes, flooding, and more. And furthermore, we’re running out of time; we need to fix our corporate-controlled food system in the U.S. now!
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Announcing the 2023 School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling

Come to the Table is excited to announce that registration is now open for The School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling, set to begin in January of 2023. The fellowship brings together faith leaders to investigate root causes of hunger, uncover and challenge the dominant narratives around hunger, and equip leaders to transform these conversations in their community.
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