Monthly Archives: August 2012

Hatteras Island Folks Visit Conetoe

Hatteras Island folks toured the Conetoe Family Life Center’s community gardens on August 20, recipe 2012 and learned about the Center’s programs.  The Center is donating produce for the Seafood Throwdown at Day at the Docks in Hatteras village in September.  View … Continue reading

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Seafood Throwdown at Day at the Docks

Two creative chefs from two of Hatteras Island’s most popular restaurants will square off in a cooking competition at 3 pm on Saturday, side effects September 15, more about 2012, at Day at the Docks in Hatteras village. Forrest Paddock … Continue reading

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Talk of the Villages: Fishermen, Fish, Food and Livelihood

Meet a fisherpoet who spent four nights in a life-raft adrift in the Bering Sea after his king crab boat burned, decease meet a fourth generation shrimper who sunk boats and climbed chemical towers in her fight to protect her … Continue reading

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The Big Tasty Offers Food Entrepreneurs A Fast Track To Market

The community meeting is one of those first-level-in-the-pyramid, nurse foundational elements of a democratic society. The people come together to hear from and talk to their elected officials and bureaucrats, and to play a part in collectively deciding what should … Continue reading

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Local Food Systems for a Healthy Population

The community meeting is one of those first-level-in-the-pyramid, nurse foundational elements of a democratic society. The people come together to hear from and talk to their elected officials and bureaucrats, and to play a part in collectively deciding what should … Continue reading

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