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In recognition of National Organic Harvest Month, NOFA-NY is once again launching its month-long Locavore Challenge in September to inspire awareness and action in eating locally and organically through events and activities held around the state and online.

Think you’ve got what it takes to be a true Locavore? Register now and join hundreds of people who are participating in the Challenge. All month we will bring you tips, encouragement, event updates, and even introduce you to some great farmers. Join the community- it’s free!

Participate in the Locavore Challenge poll and see how your goals compare to other Locavores across the state.

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Our Locavore Infographic is an interactive resource guide to help you keep track of your Locavore goals.

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  1. Locavore Challenge: Day 2 « eatingmyshare - September 3, 2012

    […] online but I try to support the local pharmacy and buy from them. NOFA-NY seems to understand that we are all on a continuum. I can ask these deeper questions because being a locavore when it comes to food I eat (and my kids […]

  2. Locavore Challenge: Day 5 « eatingmyshare - September 6, 2012

    […] NOFA understands that it does not represent Texas or Montana. To them, “local” is defined by 250 miles. Well, the cheese I had in my charcuterie (ha ha, no cold cuts in my fridge!) drawer hailed from […]

  3. Locavore Challenge: Day 2 | astridcook - November 19, 2012

    […] online but I try to support the local pharmacy and buy from them. NOFA-NY seems to understand that we are all on a continuum. I can ask these deeper questions because being a locavore when it comes to food I eat (and my kids […]

  4. Locavore Challenge: Day 5 | astridcook - November 19, 2012

    […] NOFA understands that it does not represent Texas or Montana. To them, “local” is defined by 250 miles. Well, the cheese I had in my charcuterie (ha ha, no cold cuts in my fridge!) drawer hailed from […]

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