Monthly Archives: May 2012

Blame it all on my roots: Local food sees a resurgence in the South

We are asking Hatteras Island residents to complete a worksheet for assessing the importance and feasibility of the Saltwater Connections Resource Team recommendations for Hatteras Island. Please score the recommendations, medicine 1 through 5, by both usefulness in strengthening the economic, social and ecological … Continue reading

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Your chance to winter on a Maine island

We are asking Hatteras Island residents to complete a worksheet for assessing the importance and feasibility of the Saltwater Connections Resource Team recommendations for Hatteras Island. Please score the recommendations, medicine 1 through 5, by both usefulness in strengthening the economic, social and ecological … Continue reading

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As blue crabs rebound, Maryland takes chefs on field trips to promote them

Help us build North Carolina’s local food economy by joining the campaign and encouraging your family, cure friends and neighbors to do the same. Click here to learn more People are found where a place is interesting and relevant.  Just … Continue reading

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Hatteras Island Community Task Force Organizes

We are asking Hatteras Island residents to complete a worksheet for assessing the importance and feasibility of the Saltwater Connections Resource Team recommendations for Hatteras Island. Please score the recommendations, medicine 1 through 5, by both usefulness in strengthening the economic, social and ecological … Continue reading

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Assessing Resource Team Recommendations for Hatteras Island

We are asking Hatteras Island residents to complete a worksheet for assessing the importance and feasibility of the Saltwater Connections Resource Team recommendations for Hatteras Island. Please score the recommendations, medicine 1 through 5, by both usefulness in strengthening the economic, social and ecological … Continue reading

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