COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR FARMERS AND CONSUMERS

Gardens of Peace: A Conversation With Severine von Tscharner Fleming

We’re living through a time of intense change. Over the past year, Massachusetts has faced the COVID-19 pandemic, the ugly truth of racial inequality and white supremacy, skyrocketing unemployment, and political upheaval. Plymouth, Bristol, and Norfolk counties have seen over 120,000 COVID-19 cases. Food insecurity across Massachusetts has doubled. Norfolk County has seen the highest …

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2020 Annual Meeting Recap

SEMAP hosted our first-ever virtual Annual Meeting on November 19, 2020. We were so excited to connect with our supporters and friends after a long year, and update them on the local food system in Southeastern Massachusetts over the past twelve months. Here’s a recap of the topics we covered during the meeting. We started …

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Seafood in the Southcoast

At SEMAP, we’re always encouraging our community to choose locally-produced protein sources. Southeastern Massachusetts is home to a vibrant network of livestock, chicken, and dairy farms producing healthy foods with strong environmental and ethical guidelines. But how much do we know about what’s in the waters nearby? In celebration of National Seafood Month, we’re diving …

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Farmer News – October 2020

Taken from our October 2020 Farmer Newsletter. Didn’t get it in your inbox? Sign up/update your preferences now! A Message to Our Farmers: As the busy growing and harvest season of this unpredictable year slowly draws to a close, SEMAP has some tidbits you should know. In this post, you’ll find information on: Food Security …

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