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ICYMI, Town hall trumpets importance of local food economy

Community members gathered Monday night to share stories about the local food economy in the Athens area.
The Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet) hosted the town hall gathering at the Athens Community Center for attendees to share stories and ideas and voice concerns about the local food economy.
"We probably have one of the most unique food economies in the country," ACEnet Director of Programs Leslie Schaller said. "Whether we’re eaters, food or farm entrepreneurs, market partners or supporters, we all play a role."

Read more from The Athens NEWS. | Photo credit: Dustin Franz, The Athens NEWS.
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ICYMI, Town hall trumpets importance of local food economy

Community members gathered Monday night to share stories about the local food economy in the Athens area.

The Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet) hosted the town hall gathering at the Athens Community Center for attendees to share stories and ideas and voice concerns about the local food economy.

"We probably have one of the most unique food economies in the country," ACEnet Director of Programs Leslie Schaller said. "Whether we’re eaters, food or farm entrepreneurs, market partners or supporters, we all play a role."

Read more from The Athens NEWS. | Photo credit: Dustin Franz, The Athens NEWS.

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  4PM, Jan 12 2012
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