Raspberry Thieves, Tenacious Deer, and Food Bureaucracy: A Guide to Starting R.I. Farm Stand

During the height of the coronavirus pandemic, when there wasn’t much to do but twiddle our thumbs, some people decided to turn theirs green.

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Advocates Want More Money for Farmland Preservation in Green Economy Bond

Farmland is indeed slowly vanishing in Rhode Island. Between 2001 and 2016, the state lost 4% of available farmland to development.

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Summit Focuses On Making Rhode Island’s Food System Sustainable, Resilient

KINGSTON, R.I. — Experts in agriculture, aquaculture and fisheries, policy experts and stakeholders discussed ways to improve and better support the state’s food system at the sixth annual Rhode Island Food System Summit, hosted by the University of Rhode Island.

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