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MSAN Attends NSAC Winter Meetings in Louisville, KY

By | February 22nd, 2017|Uncategorized|

The Mississippi Sustainable Agriculture Network (MSAN) sent four representatives to the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition’s (NSAC) winter meeting, which took place in Louisville, Kentucky from January 22-25, 2017.  Based in Washington, D.C., NSAC is national organization that advocates for federal policy initiatives designed to promote greater sustainability in agriculture, food & natural resource systems, and [...]

Small Town Harvest Fest & Mississippi Food Summit

By | November 10th, 2016|Food Summit, In the News, Uncategorized|

Join the Mississippi Sustainable Agriculture Network (MSAN) and hundreds of farmers, chefs, market managers, health practitioners, legislators, students, educators, and local food advocates from around the state, region, and nation as we come together November 17-19 in Jackson, MS at the Agriculture and Forestry Museum for the 2016 Mississippi Food Summit & Agricultural Revival.  *     [...]

Bountiful Harvest Farm: A Green Thumb and A Heart of Gold

By | August 15th, 2014|Farm Features, Uncategorized|

Each month, MSAN will highlight one of the many hard-working producers here in Mississippi making a difference in their communities by committing to natural, sustainable, and regenerative models of agriculture. It’s not just about good food; it’s about good people. *   *   *   * When a man decides to grow food for his [...]

Brown Family Dairy: Made With Love

By | July 15th, 2014|Farm Features, Uncategorized|

Each month, MSAN will highlight one of the many hard-working producers here in Mississippi making a difference in their communities by committing to natural, sustainable, and regenerative models of agriculture. It’s not just about good food; it’s about good people. *   *   *   * Everyone I have ever known that has tried Brown [...]

MSAN Farm Tour featured in Picayune Item

By | June 3rd, 2014|Uncategorized|

Below are two articles about MSAN's tour of Pearl River Blues Blueberry Farm, featured in the Picayune Item early June, 2014. The original articles are linked below: Pearl River Blues brings out the berries, organically Organic is a feasible option   Pearl River Blues brings out the berries, organically Jeremy Pittari   Just outside of [...]

Sowing the Seeds of Victory

By | April 25th, 2014|In the News, Uncategorized|

Below is an article about the Victory Garden at the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum.  This article is from April, 2014. To view the original article in the Mississippi Market Bulletin, click here. SOWING THE SEEDS OF VICTORY By Lise Foy, Director MS Agriculture & Forestry Museum I am a child of the 80’s.  I [...]