Amanda Vanhoozier

Amanda Vanhoozier

www.justpickedtx.com
Helping others deepen their ties to the producers of wholesome food and find the joy in relationships with farmers, ranchers, food artisans and the local food c
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Boost your Sales: Five Insider Tips from a Farmers' Market Manager - Real Food - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Boost your Sales: Five Insider Tips from a Farmers' Market Manager - Real Food - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

How did a grouping of uncooked, sliced vegetables become the truest expression of a chef’s creative abilities?

How did a grouping of uncooked, sliced vegetables become the truest expression of a chef’s creative abilities?

Is it time to reboot farmers markets? Absolutely! Rethink everything you do everyday and keep changing through assessments.

Is it time to reboot farmers markets? Absolutely! Rethink everything you do everyday and keep changing through assessments.

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Texas Farmers Market start-up

Texas Farmers Market start-up

www.gotexan.org Portals 1 PDF FarmersMarketGuide-online_version_lo-res.pdf

www.gotexan.org Portals 1 PDF FarmersMarketGuide-online_version_lo-res.pdf

www.gotexan.org Portals 1 PDF FarmersMarketGuide-online_version_lo-res.pdf

www.gotexan.org Portals 1 PDF FarmersMarketGuide-online_version_lo-res.pdf

Community Garden Support & Training - Sustainable Food Center

Community Garden Support & Training - Sustainable Food Center

Texarkana Gazette | 'You are what your food eats.': Hooks entrepreneur: Respect is key to better farming practices

Texarkana Gazette | 'You are what your food eats.': Hooks entrepreneur: Respect is key to better farming practices

Invest in Good.  Invest in Local.  Invest in Food.

Invest in Good. Invest in Local. Invest in Food.

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Austin Foodshed Investors facilitates impact investing for Local Sustainable Food Companies in Austin Texas

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Austin Foodshed Investors facilitates impact investing for Local Sustainable Food Companies in Austin Texas

Harvesting Farmers  | The New Yorker

Harvesting Farmers | The New Yorker

flower workshop with The Blue Carrot photography by Kreetta Järvenpää

flower workshop with The Blue Carrot photography by Kreetta Järvenpää

Bridging the Rural to Urban Gap

Get to know more about your local food producers

Farmers Kim at Moss Haven Farm

The next local food book is The Potlikker Papers. I belong to a dinner book club where we meet at someone’s house to share a meal and discuss the book.