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In the News2019-06-27T10:26:31-07:00
Alice Waters serves up food for thought at Futurewell
Press Democrat

Alice Waters serves up food for thought at Futurewell

The message was clear at the inaugural Futurewell summit held at west Marin’s Stemple Creek Ranch this past Friday: America’s food system is broken, and it’s harming our people, our economy and the Earth.
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East Bay Express

Best of the East Bay 2019

Best Farmers Market Grand Lake Oakland Farmers' Market Lake Park Ave., Oakland, AgriculturalInstitute.org
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Marin Magazine

5 Best Things to Do This Week: Aug 12–18

This Thursday night market in downtown San Rafael features a mix of new and returning farmers and purveyors. Come dine al fresco or take home street style foods spanning the globe: Thai, Yucatan, Salvadoran and Spanish, to name a few, plus barbecue and Southern style foods.
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Visit Marin

Dine Out Farmers Market Week

AIM invites you to Dine Out Farmers Market Week featuring local restaurants that highlight the bounty from the Bay Area and California farms by using fresh and seasonal ingredients. The week of August 4-10, is National Farmers Market week and the Agricultural Institute of Marin (AIM) is celebrating with a group of restaurants who source locally produced food and shop the farmers market each week. During Dine Out Week, selected Bay Area restaurants will feature a farmers-market inspired menu or a featured menu item highlighting local ingredients.
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Marin Independent Journal

Dine out and help support Bay Area farmers markets

If there’s one month of the year to embrace the colorful outpouring of seasonal produce at farmers markets, it’s August. Embrace the freshness and flavors in your own kitchen or glean inspiration from Bay Area chefs during Agriculture of Marin’s (AIM’s) first Dine Out Farmers Market Week through Aug. 10.
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The Marin Post

Dine Out Farmers Market Week

Freshness means the time since a product was harvested, where and how it was grown and how far the ingredients have traveled. Chef’s share their passion of using high-quality ingredients by supporting local agriculture, purchasing directly from the farmer. In addition to produce, the farmers market also offers products from local ranches, dairies, and poultry farmers, offering fresh, humanely raised meats, cheeses, milk and eggs.
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