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This week on Eating Matters, host Kim Kessler is recapping Thanksgiving with guest co-host Michael Melcher and guest Rebecca Morgan, the Executive Director of the Center for Agricultural Development and Entrepreneurship (CADE). The group CADE is a non-profit, agricultural development organization serving farmers, cooperatives and agricultural businesses regionally. Established in 1991, CADE has worked to connect producers of specialty farm products to markets. CADE also conducts research on agricultural opportunities and markets with the goal of building a thriving community-based local food system. Talking about foodshed development in the Catskills and surrounding area, Rebecca shines light on the state of local agriculture before commenting on yogurt being named the New York state food with Chobani being in the spotlight. However, she relays that this has not exactly translated to local farm profit. After the break, Kim asks Rebecca to expand on CADE and Lucky Dog Organic Farm recently announcing the Lucky Dog Local Food Hub being selected for funding through the Local Food Promotion Program of the USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service. Tune in to hear a plethora of information on keeping food sources local from someone in the know, guest Rebecca Morgan. This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"I grew up here, on a diary farm, in this region so I'm literally working with people that I knew as a child that I knew from the farming world." [34:25]

--Rebecca Morgan on Eating Matters

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We’re so excited about Farm to School Month 2014 that we’re starting two days early. Join us for a walk through USDA’s totally indispensable, very user-friendly guide to launching, bidding, and buying farm to school. Author Christina Conell talks about what’s in it, including best practice examples from all over the nation. This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"As a taxpayer, I want to make sure schools are getting the best products for the best price at the best quantity - but at the same time I want to make sure they're getting the product they want." [09:00]

"The most oft cited advice I've heard from school districts is baby steps. It can start with one product, once a month. It doesn't need to be big changes right away." [30:00]

--Christina Conell on Inside School Food


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Where do you set your goal for local food purchasing? How about 50 percent of your total food budget? How about trying to do this in Maine? In Portland, ME, Mayor Michael Brennan believes it can be done; and the school district's food service director, Ron Adams, is getting close. No, they don't have extra money. And Portland students are as resistant to change as kids anywhere else. But there's deep political will, and pressure, in a city widely regarded as one of the foodiest and most locavore in the nation. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard and Winery.

"We made a great opportunity for the students to understand the food and then enjoy the food." [28:00]

-- Ron Adams on Inside School Food


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