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NY nonprofit keeps on cutting edge of sustainable ag

publication date: Nov 1, 2003
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f something interesting is going on in the realm of sustainable agriculture and local food systems around Albany, New York, chances are the Regional Farm and Food Project is involved. Harvest dinner for 200 people? RFFP does one every year. Farm tours? 13 this year alone. Three-day intensive workshops for farmers? At least two every year. Mentoring program for new farmers? Of course. A cheesemakers’ guild, children in agriculture, the Troy farmers’ market....a seemingly endless array of programs and energy pour forth from this relatively new non-profit organization.

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