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Jan 26
Farm to School FAQ

Farm to school enriches the connection communities have with fresh, healthy food and local food producers by changing food purchasing and education practices at schools and early care and education sites. Students gain access to healthy, local foods and educational opportunities such as school gardens, cooking lessons, and farm field trips. Farm to school empowers […]

Dec 17
Made in Arkansas

When buying from local makers and artisans, we often feel a sentimental appreciation for their quality products. That feeling comes from supporting the pride and heritage of Arkansas made goods. In many cases, these handmade products are saved for special occasions, prominently displayed in our homes, or even cherished as family heirlooms. Fortunately, local craftsmen […]

Dec 16
The ‘Steaks’ are High in NWA

Have you considered making the switch to all-natural, pasture-raised protein? Fortunately, there are farmers and ranchers in Northwest Arkansas who are delivering some of the freshest meat products to ever hit your grill. When you’re hungry for a steak that will knock your socks off, or even some ground meat to make the best burgers […]

Dec 16
Arkansas’s Farmer Veterans

Service to one’s country, state, and community is a love of labor undertaken by both farmers and servicemembers of our armed forces and their families. In each profession, early mornings often begin a long day’s work. Much like serving in the military, farming requires passion, purpose, dedication, diligence, and drive. And much like serving in […]

Oct 13
Three Fun Arkansas Adventures for Fall 2020

As the autumn air begins to creep down from the Ozark Mountains, Arkansans are transitioning from long days spent on the lake to welcoming the seasonal fanfare of pumpkin spice lattes and bonfires. Fall ushers in a special opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors in our Natural State that is sure to cultivate lifelong memories. […]

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