Tour: Food Joy & South Auburn Organic Farm

Sometimes taking a break from the normal routine is exactly what one needs… As the end of a very hectic school year last June I took a quick glance at my google calendar to see that I had almost missed an opportunity. As a member of the Good Food Council I had been...

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Living the Food Charter: Giving Season

The “Living the Food Charter” blog series is a “30 minutes or less” assignment we gave ourselves to help connect the LA Community Food Charter to our daily lives. Please excuse the casualness with which they are composed. We hope you enjoy! Here we are in the ‘giving...

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Living the Food Charter: Mia & Clover

The "Living the Food Charter" blog series is a "30 minutes or less" assignment we gave ourselves to help connect the LA Community Food Charter to our daily lives.  Please excuse the casualness with which they are composed.  We hope you enjoy! On Sunday, my 7-year-old...

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Good Food Council Receives $3,000 Grant

    The Good Food Council of Lewiston-Auburn (GFCLA) recently received a $3,000 grant from the Rural Grants Fund, Dick Kendall Fund for Androscoggin County and Lawrence P. Ralston Fund of the Maine Community Foundation. Androscoggin Valley Council of...

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L-A Mayors Proclaim Food Day in the Twin Cities

Today, October 24, is Food Day in the twin cities of Lewiston-Auburn, as well as nationally. Earlier this week, Mayor Robert Macdonald of Lewiston and Mayor Jonathan LaBonte of Auburn issued mayoral proclamations to declaring it so. (Links to the Proclamations are...

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Completed Urban Trail is Cause for Celebration

The Good Food Council of Lewiston-Auburn (GFCLA) wishes to congratulate the City of Lewiston on the recent completion of the Riverside Greenway Bicycle and Pedestrian Path, linking Sunnyside Park to Tall Pines Drive. This scenic urban trail through the heart of the...

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GFCLA Welcomes Julia Harper as New Coordinator

The Good Food Council of Lewiston-Auburn (GFCLA) is pleased to announce the hiring of Julia Harper as the Council’s Coordinator.  The GFCLA, formed in 2012, was created to support improvements to the area’s food system through education, coordination and supporting...

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