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ACT is excited to announce a partnership with Drexel University —one of Philadelphia’s largest and most community-minded anchor institutions— to analyze the full potential of strategic anchor procurement by completing a data-based study to develop new strategies for using demand-side opportunity to stimulate supply-side outcomes.
The output of the study will be a physical report that recommends […]
Title: Howard Food Hub among farm-to-table initiatives
Source: Baltimore Sun
Date: December 9, 2013
Byline: Luke Lavoie
A new “food hub” in Howard County that promises to support local growers and increase the availability of local food is chief among a set of farm-to-table measures announced by County Executive Ken Ulman this week.
“This is about the way we deal with food policy on […]
Old pumping stations to become food hub for city
Date: August 12, 2013
Byline: Kim Dacey
Our own Greg Heller was interviewed on what the Baltimore Food Hub Campus will contain and what it will provide to the local community.
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Plan would turn abandoned pumping station into culinary center
Source: The Baltimore Sun
Date: June 9, 2013
Byline: Ian Duncan
It’s mostly weeds that grow in the old industrial lots in East Baltimore, but developers have a plan to turn a collection of tumbling-down buildings at a former water pumping station into a place to produce something a bit more nutritious.
Gregory Heller, […]
Q&A: Spike Gjerde dishes on the local food supply chain
Source: Bmore Media
Date: April 9, 2013
Byline: Julekha Dash
“That is going to be the bomb. This is the game changer.”
That’s what Spike Gjerde has to say about the Baltimore Food Hub, a $10 million food incubator to open in East Baltimore by fall of 2014.
The James Beard Award finalist and […]