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abrah

The time is ripe!

Saturday, October 15th, 2011

GCC instructor Abrah Dresdale and EVS 118 are featured in the Greenfield Recorder


Food Day: About Food Day

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Food Day: About Food Day. “Food Day will be October 24—in 2011 and in years to come. Food Day seeks to bring together Americans from all walks of life—parents, teachers, and students; health professionals, community organizers, and local officials; chefs, school lunch providers, and eaters of all stripes—to push for healthy, affordable food produced in…


Just Roots

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

  Just Roots. “Just Roots is a Non-Profit organization located in Greenfield, Massachusetts focused on local food, farming, and community. Our mission is to nurture a healthy community in the Greenfield area by enhancing local food systems.” Follow their blog too! Keep updated on happenings at this amazing community based non-profit organization  


Kathleen Merrigan visits GCC by: Samantha Boothroyd

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

“The event with Kathleen Merrigan was great to have on the GCC campus. She did come off as more of a spokesperson for the USDA talking about the benefits and the jobs it offered than an enviromental advocat for change. Although she did many great things with the existing programs offered throught the USDA. She…


Creating Greenfields Future: Our Food, Economy, and Community

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

Creating Greenfields Future: Our Food, Economy, and Community. Sat, Nov 5, 8:30a-4:30p
m Greenfield Community College, Main Campus

Greening Greenfield Energy Committee presents a day-long forum for citizens, students and business leaders to discuss: How do we make good local food affordable? How do we develop a sustainable local economy? How do we enhance our health and…


How do you personally reduce your reliance on the extractive economy?

Saturday, September 17th, 2011

Today, I presented in class the 2nd chapter in Radical Homemakers by Shannon Hayes, titled Home Economics. It is really ironic that I decided to present this chapter because as I said in class: I HATE MONEY. I was told as a child to never use the word hate because it was a very powerful…


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