Carolina Farm Stewardship Association

The Carolina Farm Stewardship Association (CFSA) is on a mission to bring local, organic food to your table from a farmer who shares your values. The organization is based in Pittsboro, NC and serves all of North and South Carolina through a variety of programming and services to support farmers, food businesses and communities. CFSA’s vision is a vibrant, sustainable food system that is good for consumers, good for farmers and farm workers, and good for the land. Sign up today for their eNewsletter to be kept up to date. E-Newsletter Subscriptions include:

  • The Stew – delicious stories about local & organic food and farms in the Carolinas
  • The Buzz – the best articles on food and agriculture to keep you informed and ready to take action!

  • The Grower’s Toolbox (Farmers – this one’s for you!) – technical information, expert tips and resources on sustainable agriculture, food safety, business development and more!

Policy Action Alert Subscriptions: CFSA sends out timely policy updates and action alerts related to food and farming. Topics are: Federal Issues (example Farm Bill, Food Safety Modernization Act, etc), NC Farm/Food Issues, and SC Farm/Food Issues.

Carolina Farm Stewardship Association

1st Annual Lomax Field Day May 3rd

The 1st Annual Lomax Farm Day is scheduled for Tuesday, May 3, 2016. There are two tracks: Technical Field Day for farmers and ag professionals from 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. which includes 5 morning workshops and 2 afternoon intensives, and Friends Field Day for community members from 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. which includes lunch with Lomax and local farmers and a walking tour of the farm.  Cost to attend either track is $15. More information and registration can be found at the link below. Please share!

Carolina Farm Stewardship Association

Vanishing of the Bees Movie Showing

The Concord Wildlife Alliance, the local chapter of the National Wildlife Federation, will host a free showing of the Vanishing of the Bees movie at Davis Theater in downtown Concord on Thursday, November 5, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. This documentary discusses the worldwide disappearance of the honeybee and its impact on our agricultural landscape. Anyone interested in this topic is encouraged to attend; no reservations are required.