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The “green” movement has caused some farmers to rethink the way in which they produce food and consumers to purchase more local foods. 
The UNCG Teaching Fellows hosted a forum on local foods last Wednesday in EUC as part of NC Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Steve Troxler’s Speakers Series on Local and Sustainable Agriculture.

Speakers included: Kenneth Rudd and James Kenan, farmers; Chef Jay Pierce, Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen; Rick Cecil and Robert Smothers, Piedmont Triad Farmers Market; Dr. Michael McIntosh, UNCG professor of nutrition; and Dennis W. Quaintance, CEO and CDO, Quaintance-Weaver Restaurants and Hotels. Commissioner Troxler (in visual) spoke as well.

The forum was sponsored by the NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

Photograph by Chris English

 

 
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