Monthly Archives: October 2018

3110, 2018

ASAN and Hometown Action Launch Community Survey

By |October 31st, 2018|Food Policy, Intersections, Newsflash!, Take Action!|0 Comments

By Kathleen Kirkpatrick, Hometown Action (pictured at right, on far right)

When I began thinking more strategically about possible partnerships for Hometown Action’s growth as an organization, Alabama Sustainable Agriculture Network (ASAN) was an obvious choice. A primary reason I was originally drawn to Hometown Action is our emphasis on people-centered, sustainable solutions for small towns […]

3110, 2018

Archived Issues of ASAN Update (Quarterly Newsletter)

By |October 31st, 2018|Eaters and Buyers, Events, Farmers and Gardeners, Food Policy, Intersections, Movers and Shakers, Newsflash!, Resources|0 Comments

** CLICK ON THE ISSUE “TITLE” (Year and season) to open the full PDF! **
** Clicking on the image will only open an enlarged version of the image. **

2018-19 WINTER: (click title to open PDF)

Outlook: 2018 Food & Farm Forum
Save with the Alabama Renewable Energy Assessment Program
Hometown Action and ASAN Launch Community […]

3010, 2018

ASAN Member Profile: Clif Joulian, the Nurse Farmer

By |October 30th, 2018|Member Profiles|0 Comments

For more about the ASAN Member Profiles series, click here.  For a full collection of the profiles published thus far, click here.

 

What frustrates or challenges Clif about the work he does? He finds it frustrating that people do not get or understand what he does as “The Nurse Farmer”. However, he’s working hard to change […]

3010, 2018

ASAN Member Profile: Meg Ford

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For more about the ASAN Member Profiles series, click here.  For a full collection of the profiles published thus far, click here.

 

If you attended Graze: Birmingham this year, hopefully you got a chance to listen to the sweet sounds of Meg Ford, and her dad, Doug.  Meg is a classically trained violinist, part of several […]