From the Field Blog

Growing the Good Food Economy: Stories from the Field
April 6, 2017
Hear from entrepreneurs who are reimagining our food system from field to fork.
Food, Feed, and Energy
April 5, 2017
How a craft oil company is transforming our food system from the ground up.
A Fresh Approach to Farm-Fresh Shopping
April 3, 2017
Five Acre Farms takes the “buy local” and meets customers where they are—the grocery store—with farm fresh, sustainably produced food.
Taking A Farmer-Focused Food Hub to the Next Level
March 22, 2017
WorldPEAS Food Hub realized it needed to re-think its business plan to get back on its feet and become financially self-sustaining. Follow its journey through Fair Food Fund's intensive Business Boot Camp for good food entrepreneurs.
A Place to Park
December 13, 2016
What happens when you’ve got a brilliant idea, put it into action, and then realize you need to pivot? That’s what happened with the young food entrepreneurs behind Fresh Food Generation.
Empowered by Efficiencies
December 12, 2016
How a consultant’s streamlining helped an organic farm tidy up its business (and its barn).
Pass the Butter
December 12, 2016
A grass-fed dairy in upstate New York gets ready to grow with consulting support from Fair Food Fund.
Connecting Farmers to Eaters – and Businesses – in Maine
November 28, 2016
When the Pickup, a local food grocery delivery and wholesale distribution business in Skowhegan, Maine launched, it looked a little different than it does today.
Creating Change and Locally-Sourced Brews in Portland, Maine
November 28, 2016
A strange intersection of events led to the success of Urban Farm Fermentory, a Portland, Maine, business that’s been producing and selling kombucha, hard cider, mead, and gruit-style beer made from Maine-sourced ingredients since 2010.
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