2018 was a busy year — and not an easy one. A look back at our blog over the past year shows a slew of Action Alerts, where we called on you to help us push some important issue to the forefront and help pass — or prevent — food policies that would affect some […]
A while back, we asked friends to recommend their favorite “overlooked” local food spots – locally owned restaurants and eateries that aren’t on Restaurant Row. The local food scene has moved beyond renaissance to the point where Worcester is taking its place as a foodie destination, thanks to an infusion of trendy new eating spots […]
Great News to Share! We were informed today by the city that the Urban Agriculture Ordinance will be submitted to the City Council at the February 28 City Council meeting. Based on that, and on other items that are on tonight’s City Council agenda, we’re going to confine our public remarks to one speaker in […]
Action Alert Join us at City Hall Tuesday, January 31, to help support the growth of urban agriculture in Worcester. City Councilor Sarai Rivera is requesting that the City Manager update the Council on progress toward releasing a draft of the city’s proposed Urban Agriculture Ordinance, which was originally proposed in 2014. Our city councilors […]
Today’s focus in 31 Days of Giving is the Regional Environmental Council, one of the local organizations that are most involved at the intersection of food justice, youth and environmental accountability.