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We’re Hiring

Florida Food & Farm is expanding and we are looking to hire some additional food and farm bloggers who live outside of South Florida. The ideal candidate will have experience writing about the local food movement; is in tune with what’s going on in the farming community; enjoys attending and covering farm-to-table events (farmer’s market, festivals, hanging out with the local farmers, visiting their local apiary, etc.); and is familiar with Florida Food & Farm. We recommend reading our latest issue before contacting us. In addition, we are looking for a few bloggers who are interested in submitting recipes with photos to...

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Spotlight on Women Farmers: Jane Conway of Circle Bar C Dairy Goats

Jane Conway of Circle Bar C Dairy Goats, Stuart Jane Conway is talking to me from State Road 714 in Martin County, where there’s a huge traffic jam caused by renegade cows wandering off the pasture. She is on her way to the Fort Pierce Brown Family Farm Stand, where she sells goat’s milk, kefir, goat cheeses and meat, eggs, and goat’s milk soap on Mondays. On Sunday mornings, she goes to the Palm Beach Gardens Market, and her husband goes to the Stuart Farmers Market. Conway put herself through college, earning a degree in animal science and nutrition. But...

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Dinner at Abundant Harvests Farm Benefits Farm-to-Table Summer Camp

At Abundant Harvests Farm in Glen St. Mary, the focus is on the future – tomorrow’s and years forward. A benefit dinner Saturday, April 30, will provide funds for low-income city kids to take part in a summer farm camp. The youngsters will be exposed to small-scale sustainable agriculture, marketing and outreach, and local food systems, while interacting with nature. it’s all a ploy to get kids to eat their vegetables. If you’re in the area, sign up and go – enjoy a farm tour and take home some harvests, as well. Abundant Harvests Farm Dinner Abundant Harvests Farm,...

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Latest Issue: Spring 2016 Hitting Shelves Now!

We’re pleased to show off our newest edition, Spring 2016. A bevy of stories about Florida farmers and ranchers, including our centerpiece on Florida cowboys, is included. In this magazine, we highlight clam farms on two coasts, and teach readers about the Sunray Venus clam that’s making a comeback. Women farmers from around the state are profiled. Some were thrust into the role, while others chose it. We visit Lakeridge Winery – the state’s largest, and a popular tourist stopover in Clermont. Organic citrus may help save the industry – but there’s a long way to go before it...

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