As we continue to discuss food security, urban redevelopment and obesity in America, the term food desert is a reoccurring theme. Food deserts are communities with a lack of healthy food available to them, both physically and economically. This is a complex issue with no simple solutions. However, the Indy Food Co-op is taking steps […]
We’ve said good-bye to summer, but it’s never too late to look back on another year of good local food. To celebrate the passing of warm sunny days, we want to highlight the work of Laura Henderson, the Director of Growing Places Indy, and her group of committed interns.
The ideal farm would be in your neighborhood. Not only would it be close to home, but it would be accessible. It would use trustworthy, safe, traditional farming practices so you could rest at ease using the produce for your family. It would provide an exciting variety of fresh produce that could be distributed sustainably […]
Anyone with a stomach and a conscience can understand the difficulty of finding food they can eat confidently. Questions about the quality and origin of the food could easily ruin a lunchtime conversation unless you’re eating at the Earth House CafÃ©. Their local, organic, gluten-free, and vegan menu combined with their 100% organic fair trade […]
Meadery owners, Brett Canaday and Tia Agnew have created a business that grew from their love of bee keeping, gardening and good food. They originally started producing mead in Elwood, Indiana in 2006 but made their way to Fountain Square this summer. Their passion and knowledge of mead has helped form a product that has […]