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Creating the May Farm to Dinner Box was a learning experience, culinary and otherwise.

Tips for growing Cucurbit vine crops such as cucumbers, squash, melons, and watermelons in our temperate climate.

Covid-19 is shining a spotlight on the challenge of getting local, fresh food to those in need - but may also be catalyzing the solutions. Glynwood's President Kathleen Finlay announces our newest project -- Local Food for Every Table -- which asks the question: "What would it take, on a regional scale, to get local, fresh, healthy food from small-to-mid-sized farms to those who need it most?"

When information about food--whether recipes, farmers market signage, or CSA newsletters--is only available in one language, the inherent accessibility of food declines.

Quarantine has afforded us a rare opportunity. As our social lives have geared down, our bandwidth for catching up with old friends has increased. So it was a good time to organize an apprentice alumni reunion over Zoom.