After a studious week of getting to know each other and completing their ServSafe food handler certification in record time, our newest class of culinary recruits finally stepped into the kitchen this week — hairnets and all!
Welcome to our new Farm to Community Program Director, Stephanie Bush, and to our new year-long Fruitful Data Systems AmeriCorps VISTA member, Melissa Fineman. Thank you USDA Farm to School Grant Program!
School may be back in session, but our outdoor farmers market season runs through the end of October! September is a beautiful month at the farmers market, bursting with colorful local harvest. Join us at Armory Market every Thursday through 10/31 on Providence’s West End. Add a little fun to your week 3:30-7:00pm (or dusk), where community gathers in the park.
Edible Rhody, Farm Fresh RI, and the Isle Brewers Guild invite you to join us for an evening of local food & craft beers at the Harvest Kitchen local foods café in Pawtucket — featuring 100% pedigreed American Heritage Berkshire pork from Blackbird Farm in Smithfield, RI. Celebrate Oktoberfest with us!
Don’t miss this food system news from around our region: The Steel Yard reopens for another 100 years of the industrial arts! Join the Global Climate Strike RI tomorrow, 9/20, 10am-3pm at Burnside Park. Save the date & submit a session proposal for the Campus Farmer Summit. Foodtank shares 21 projects democratizing data for farmers. And more!
Our local foods café in downtown Pawtucket is offering special breakfast and lunch deals for Pawtucket Restaurant Week! Try delicious locally sourced meals for just $6.99 when you visit us September 23-27. We’ll see you 8am-3pm!
Check out our Market Mobile wholesale service to see some of the restaurants, schools, grocers, and other businesses sourcing local food in our community. And get a taste of some of the items on offer from local farmers and makers — like eat-over-the-sink juicy peaches from Steere Orchard in Greenville, RI!
Join us at the Armory Farmers Market this week for special free offerings focused on your health and wellness, including ear acupuncture, reiki, fish demo, and more!
Don’t miss this food system news from around our region: Chilifest at Kitchen Garden Farm is September 14 + 15! Join Wholesome Wave for the FREE webinar “Driving Food and Health Equity with Innovative Technology and Creative Partnering” on September 18. Want to join the RI Food Policy Council? Apply by October 5! The Farmers Market Coalition was published in the UN System Standing Committee on Nutrition journal. And get your tickets for Southside Community Land Trust’s “Harvesting Hope” event October 3.
September is a beautiful month at the farmers market, bursting with colorful local harvest. The Armory Farmers Market is open rain or shine every Thursday through October on Providence’s West End. Stop by for an afternoon treat or dinner and groceries on your way home from work. Bring the dog! Bring the whole family! Add a little fun to your week 3:30 – 7:00pm (or dusk). #ArmoryMarket is where community gathers in the park.
Check out our Market Mobile wholesale service to see some of the restaurants, schools, grocers, and other businesses sourcing local food in our community. And get a taste of some of the items on offer from local farmers and makers — like youth-made, locally sourced Bread & Butter Zucchini Pickles from Harvest Kitchen!
We hope you will join us at the Brown Arts Initiative Symposium on Arts & Environment, which will include our co-executive director Jesse Rye speaking on Panel 1 September 9th, and locally sourced food provided by Harvest Kitchen! REGISTER TODAY
Get your tickets for a Wa-Shokuiku Japanese cooking class with Table For Two at Harvest Kitchen in Pawtucket — brought to you by Blackstone Culinaria Food Tours! Each participant will create their own bento and leave with a pair of chopsticks and recipes. Plus, a drink, appetizer, and dessert are also included!!!
Join us for “Papermaking Using Locally Foraged Plant Fiber” at Harvest Kitchen! This event will incorporate an interactive paper-making demonstration, a seasonally themed meal using locally sourced ingredients, and a conversation on sustainability and the creative use of invasives in the paper-making process. Free and open to the public.