Being a team of part-time farmers, Chris, Jeffie and Erin thought the Harvest Moon was a beautiful time to gather with new and old friends to celebrate the “harvests” of the year. For the Rivendell
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Join Rivendell Farms of the Carolinas at Free Range Brewing on Wednesday, September 26th from 6-8pm for our inaugural Harvest Moon Mingle. The September full moon is the harvest moon -- the perfect time of
Rivendell Farms of the Carolinas is leading a Task Force to develop a comprehensive and dynamic resource for the Charlotte area food community. We are teaming with four other key organizations that work on the
On March 1, 2018, Renfrow’s Hardware hosted a meeting for local farmers to gain insight on the Voluntary Agricultural District (VAD) farmer survey that UNC Charlotte is working to distribute. The purpose of the survey
The EEIF & Rivendell Farms Team has been working alongside Mecklenburg Soil & Water Conservation District, UNC Charlotte & Charlotte Mecklenburg Food Policy Council (CMFPC) on the pursuance of a Voluntary Agricultural District (VAD) in
Program Coordinator, Erin Hostetler, has been appointed to the Charlotte Mecklenburg Food Policy Council! Serving a three-year term on the council, Erin will be involved with leading local policy change around our local food system,
Director of Educational Programs, Jeffie Hardin, met with Beth Thompson, Principal of Whitewater Middle School to develop a relationship between Rivendell Farms of the Carolinas and the first STEM+E (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math +
Rivendell Farms’ Jeffie Hardin participated in the Green Schools Teacher Network Leadership Summit on January 22-23, 2018. As a STEM educator, Jeffie has been actively involved with work being done at a local Title 1
The City of Charlotte is teaming up with consultants at Karen Karp & Partners (KK&P), Market Ventures Inc., Charlotte Mecklenburg Food Policy Council and the Suede Onion to conduct a city-wide Farmers Market Study. The
April 9, 2012 -- Catawba River District Voices I love herbs. Unfortunately, I rarely have time to use them for anything other than throwing a few into some recipes. Even so, the various shapes, colors