Environment Hamilton

Eat Local Map ProjectEat Local Map Project
$15,000 - April 30, 2007

Environment Hamilton is creating an Eat Local Map, which is a directory of farms, stores, and other locations in Hamilton where residents can access locally-grown fruits and vegetables and locally-raised meats. The majority of farmers in the Hamilton area reside in the Greenbelt and the Map tells the story of the Greenbelt, how it preserves farmland and contributes to a local food system. The Map also educates residents about the importance of eating local to their health, the environment, and farm families.

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