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Utah Farm-Chef-Fork: Linking Rural Growers with Urban Chefs

Kynda R. Curtis, Roslynn Brain, College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA.

Summary

Utah Farm-Chef-Fork is a State-wide programme set up in 2012 aimed at connecting growers and chefs. The programme’s primary goal is to ‘enhance community vitality and reduce food miles by connecting Utah growers and restaurants’ through workshops, mingles (meet and greets), farm and restaurant tours and other local-sourcing food events.

Information

Adapted from ‘Chapter 14: Utah Farm-Chef-Fork: Linking Rural Growers with Urban Chefs to Enhance local food Sourcing’. In: Slocum, S.L. and Kline, C. (eds) Linking Urban and Rural Tourism. CAB International, pp. 202-215.

10.1079/tourism.2020.0006

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