Connect

BCFA serves as the link, phone call or hand reaching across the table to bring together the consumers and producers who share an interest in a strong, local, sustainable food system.
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Educate

BCFA delivers exceptional, informative and low- or no-cost programs for those interested in nutritious, sustainable local food options and for local food system professionals looking to make an ethical, sustainable living doing what they love.
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Collaborate

BCFA builds vital relationships within facets of local and regional government, educational institutions, social services, business & economic development, land stewards and others to strengthen our local food system.
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News


How to Make Kimchi

Learn how to make and ferment this traditional Korean dish. Recipe courtesy of Sunghee Kim.
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Pair Natural Produce with Sustainable Kitchen Equipment

Sourcing sustainable food is a great way to lower your impact on the environment, but homes are still using an average of 901 kilowatt hours of energy a month. A third of this power comes from the kitchen in the storage, preparation, cooking and disposing of food. If you really want to move towards a green way of life, then you need to consider how much energy you are using in order to consume your food. Here are a few tips to help you move through each section of the kitchen and create a sustainable cooking environment.
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Upcoming BCFA Events


February 06, 2018 at 07:00 PM

November 17, 2018 at 08:00 AM

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November 18, 2018 at 02:00 PM


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