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First Farm Mob of the Season: Blue Spring Farm

Our first Farm Mob of the season, will be at Blue Spring Farm in Tremonton. Let’s get down and dirty at the farm of Tamara and Randy Hed, helping them get ready for a busy season of growing great organic and heirloom veggies.

Blue Spring Farm Mob
Saturday, May 31, 2014
10:30 am — 1:00 pm
10855 W 12800 N, Tremonton, UT 84337

Interested in carpooling? We will all meet at 9:00 a.m. at the U of UFarm photo stadium parking lot (451 S. 1400 E.) to carpool to Tremonton, or drive up and meet us at the farm at 10:30 a.m.! Come prepared for a morning of down and dirty farm work! We will work from 10:30-1:00, and then eat lunch generously provided by the Blue Springs Farm!

Remember to:

  • bring a water bottle
  • wear sturdy shoes
  • grab your sunscreen and a hat

Register Now and join us! Contact Marlissa Peake at, mpeake23@gmail.com if you have any questions! Thanks for helping your local farmer.

New York Times reports new restaurants are turning to crowdsourcing for financing

A recent New York Times Dining and Wine section included an article about the trend of crowd-sourcing to help finance new restaurants. Spurned by tapped-out investors and tightwad bankers in challenging times, restaurateur-wannabes are turning to their neighborhoods, and the wider community of the Internet, to finance their dreams. It is part of the same movement towardContinue Reading

Salt Lake Magazine’s February Issue Features Slow Food Utah and Harmon’s Teach to Taste school …

The February 2012 issue of Salt Lake Magazine led with the provocative cover headline: “Kids Busting at the Seams: Utah’s Obesity Epidemic”. I couldn’t help but pick up a copy at the newstand, since Slow Food Utah is very concerned about this trend and we seek ways to promote better food in schools, such as with schoolContinue Reading