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Regional Partnership for Sustainable Development

Buy Fresh Buy Local - Pride of the Prairie

In 2007, Pride of the Prairie launched the Buy Fresh Buy Local consumer education campaign as a marketing strategy to increase access to sustainable locally produced foods in Southwest and West Central Minnesota. The campaign represents:

• A BRAND that identifies our prairie region and its abundant supply of local, sustainable, healthy foods.

• A CAMPAIGN that helps people understand food systems and to make ethical and sustainable choices.

• A CHAPTER with partners representing the various sectors of a local food system, working together to promote healthful, sustainable and ethical food choices.

Phone: 218-770-4398
Website: www.prideoftheprairie.org
E-mail Address: pesch@umn.edu

Location:
Morris, MN 56267
Stevens County
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Pride of the Prairie Label 2013
Pride of the Prairie Label 2013

2013 guide cover
2013 guide cover

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2013 Pride of the Prairie application (548KB pdf)
2013 Guide (8.4MB pdf)
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News & Updates:
Join Buy Fresh Buy Local Pride of the Prairie
For information about becoming a Local Foods Partner, CLICK HERE (PDF).

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2013-2014 Pride of the Prairie Local Foods Guide
• Click here to download the latest version of the Pride of the Prairie BFBL Local Foods Guide.
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Get the latest Pride of the Prairie updates on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/BFBL.UMRV

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Farm to School in Minnesota has a website to assist schools in planning menus and connecting with farmers for local foods. The web site is http://www.mn-farmtoschool.umn.edu.

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