Northwest New Mexico Local Food Summit celebrates progress, plans for the future
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FARMINGTON — Attendees at the Northwest New Mexico Local Food Summit celebrated the progress Local Foods, Local Places initiatives have made in San Juan County, and also planned for the future.
A year ago, Farmington was selected to participate in a federal initiative known as Local Foods, Local Places.
The food summit began at 3 p.m. Aug. 8 at the Farmington Civic Center and included vendors, presentations, live music and a food fair.
The event continues Aug. 9 starting at 8 a.m. Community members will have a chance to provide input on plans. In the afternoon, participants will tour four San Juan County farms, including Wines of the San Juan.
The farm tours are $25 and transportation will be provided.
Community members learned about the Local Foods, Local Places initiative during a food summit on Aug. 8 in Farmington.
See photos and video from the food fair at daily-times.com.
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