Live, homegrown music from Folk Hogan, #UrbanFarmReport with Eat Local Week Utah, a special edition of #BurninIt with the #PunkRockFarmer, #PuppyCam, and so much more!
Folk Hogan, Salt Lake City’s own high-velocity, folk/punk band. The six-piece lineup consists of accordion, mandolin, bass, banjo, guitar, and drums. Now big-time with Warner Music, SLC will have to share them with the world as they’re headed out on a European tour.
Davina Smith, who started the SLC Air Protectors | 10,000 Allies Indigenous youth solidarity prayer run earlier this week.
Darrin Man of The Village Cooperative, a group committed to localizing the production of food by growing and distributing food in a three-block radius of the Rose Park and Fair Park areas of SLC.
#BurninIt with the Punk Rock Farmer and Ashlee Mason and Jason Stock of the Ya Burned Itfood blog. Al grows it, they cook it. Click here for the recipes they used, including roasted garlic and white bean dip with rosemary and burnt eggplant with garlic, lemon and pomegranate seeds. Dee-lish!
Denise Devynck of the Utah Valley Permaculture Classroom Gardens & Greenhouse, which will host its Edible Food Forest 5th Annual Open House Birthday Party tomorrow.
#UrbanFarmReport, featuring Hannah Martin on Eat Local Week Utah, Sept. 7-14. Kick-off is coming up, and the week will include Punk Rock Farm to Taco. Gwen Christ of Slow Food Utah explained the Eat Local Week Challenge.
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