Life in Delaware County

Farmers Markets To Continue – With A Twist!

9 May , 2020  

By: 1812Delaware Staff; Main Street Delaware

Never fear – the super-popular Farmers Markets in downtown Delaware will be back in 2020, but with a twist.

Working with the City of Delaware and the Delaware General Health District, a consensus was reached that for the time being, downtown’s tight spaces are not ideal for the spread-out nature of social-distanced farmers markets. More…

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Business

Ribbon Cutting Set For County’s News Fast Food Restaurant

4 Dec , 2019  

A ribbon cutting is scheduled set for Thursday, December 5 at the County’s newest fast food restaurant.

The 2,981 square foot Burger King sits on 1.14 acres in a setting near Ace Hardware and First Commonwealth Bank. More…

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Schools

Olentangy Schools Expand Food Options

4 Oct , 2019  

To help appeal to a wider variety of staff and students, Olentangy Schools Food Service is offering new and enhanced food options.

At the elementary schools, two new vegetarian entree options are now available: Falafel Tots and Morning Star Farms Vegetarian Chicken Nuggets. These options meet healthy food guidelines and appeal to elementary age students. More…

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Life in Delaware County

Public Lecture To Focus On Women’s Participation In Food Justice

19 Sep , 2019  

In many parts of the world, women play a key role in resisting dominant industrial agriculture through involvement with sustainable agriculture. A lecture by MTSO Assistant Professor of Theology, Ecology and Race Elaine Nogueira-Godsey and Ohio State University doctoral student Kelsey Ryan-Simkins offers actions those in North America can take in solidarity with those who struggle with food injustice. More…

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Life in Delaware County

Delaware County Farmers’ Markets

2 Jun , 2019  

Delaware County’s farmers’ markets are picking up steam as spring turns into summer. Here is information about three of them:

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Life in Delaware County

Building Regional Food Hubs Conference This Friday

4 Nov , 2018  

Building Regional Food Hubs,” a conference connecting healthy food, farms and communities, is coming to the campus of the Methodist Theological School in Ohio this Friday.

Registration is just $10 for the event, which will be held from 9 AM to 4 PM; the campus is located at 3081 Columbus Pike south of Delaware. Student registration is free. More…

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