In each issue of Seeds of Sustainability, our monthly e-newsletter, you'll find a curated digest of news and events from around the South, as well as updates on current and upcoming Southern SAWG projects.

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2018 Seeds of Sustainability Digest

  • March 2018: Is Seed to Table the New Trend?, March’s Full Worm Moon, No-Till Farming

  • February 2018: Growing Corpus Christi Bayfront and Good Food, It's Not the Food Deserts: It's the Inequality

  • January 2018: Drone to Help Farmers Increase Yield, How Black Millennials Are Taking Direct Action to Achieve Food Justice

2017 Seeds of Sustainability Digest

  • December 2017: Quapaw Tribe Ag Programs Gain National Attention, Appalachian Heirloom Seeds, Longer Springs Might Hurt Bees

  • November 2017: Sowing Seeds of Hope in a Food Desert, It's the End of "Organic" as We Know It, Happy Thanksgiving

  • October 2017: The Great Nutrient Collapse, Schools Boost the Local Food Economy, Black Farmers Are Still Fighting to Farm

  • September 2017: 25 Tips for Selling at Farmers Markets, Weather and Climate Change

  • August 2017: Five Valuable Crops to Grow, Forgive Student Debt for Young Farmers?, State Meat Processing Regulations: Taking What the Feds Give

  • July 2017: Food System Connectivity, Carolina Fish Camps, Why We Can't Talk About Race in Food

  • June 2017: Appalachian Grown Producer Survey Findings, Spinach, Family Farms, Ode to the Flower Farmer

  • May 2017: Re-thinking Food and Farming in Mississippi, Dismantle Racism in Food System, Jean Mills Retires

  • April 2017: Building, Canning, and Mapping

  • March 2017: Debut of Seeds of Sustainability--Southern SAWG's New E-Newsletter

  • March 2017: PCAN's Call for Agenda Topics, SAWG Hosts Leaders Meeting

  • February 2017: Thanks to All Who Participated in #SAWG2017

  • January 2017: Pack Your Bags! Join us in Lexington for our Conference

2016 E-Newsletter

  • December 2016: Register by the December 21st Early Bird Deadline

  • November 2016: Apply Now for Scholarships and Fee Waivers to Our Conference in Lexington!

  • October 2016: Conference Details Now Online!

  • September 2016: Southern SAWG's FY2016 Accomplishments Infographic, OFRF Seeks Submissions, Gear Up for Farm to School Month!

  • August 2016: Celebrate National Farmers Market Week

  • July 2016: Policy Call July 26, SAWG Board Seeks Candidates, Farm to School Resources

  • June 2016: Farm to School News, Putting Policy on the Map

  • May 2016: Growing Farm Profits, USDA Offers Portable Equipment Loans

  • April 2016: PCAN Policy Call April 26, Farm to Cafeteria Conference, Happy Earth Day!

  • March 2016: Nuts About Policy? Join PCAN

  • February 2016: Highlights from Our Biggest Conference to Date

  • January 2016: Conference Registration Continues On-site in Lexington!

2015 E-Newsletter

  • December 2015: Conference Deadlines Fast Approaching

  • November 2015: Voices from the Field Events, 25th Anniversary Plans Announced

  • October 2015: Complete Conference Details Now Online

  • September 2015: Contest Winners, SARE Cover Crop Brief

  • August 2015: Photo/Video Contest, Farm to School Regional Workshops

  • July 2015: Request for Applicants for the Southern SAWG Board of Directors

  • June 2015: Southern SAWG's 2015 Accomplishments Infographic, Farmer Cooperation Growing in North Central Florida

  • May 2015: Food Hub Starter Kit, Good Foods for Oxford Schools Benefit

  • April 2015: The State of Farm to School, U.N. Report Urges Return to Small-Scale Organic Farming

  • March 2015: Food Hub Lessons Are Shared In Southern SAWG Learning Group, Farm to School Act of 2015, Growing Farm Profits Road Trip

  • E-Alert March 2015: Action Alert! Conservation Stewardship Program Deadline Extended to March 13

  • E-Alert Feb 2015: Apply for Enrollment in the Federal Conservation Stewardship Program

  • February 2015: NSAC Winter Meeting, Carlos Robles Appointed Ag Commissioner of Virgin Islands

  • January 2015: Conference a Big Success, Many Thanks to Our Sponsors



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