Farm to TableFarm to Table Sourcebook: Creating Connections Between Eaters and Farmers 

This publication addresses four issues regarding our food system:

(1)  Is it good for the eater?

(2)  Is it good for the farmer?

(3)  Is it good for the community?

(4)  Is it good for the earth?

Each of us carries a piece of the answer for a more sustainable future–a way of living that meets our own needs today while protecting resources for those who will come after us. We have entered a delicious new age in America as a greater number of citizens are demanding fresh farm raised food. Farmers and ranchers are reinventing their farms by supplying locally grown food to their communities.

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Tips for using farm-fresh products

How to cook a whole chicken in a slow cooker: Bekah Murphy of Red Bridge Farm


Educating consumers about local food systems

Raise Your Fork Washington! is a statewide, non-profit, membership organization open to everyone who cares about local foods. There is an information-rich, interactive website plus info on educational programs, local foods enterprise development, youth entrepreneurship programs, and kitchens to process more WA-grown produce. Raise Your Fork Washington! (