Spying on Easton: Mid-Shore’s Food Hub Concept Becomes Chesapeake Harvest

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The major highlight at this week’s Easton Town Council was the report provided by Tracy Ward, Easton Economic Development Corporation’s director, that a food hub to be located in Easton would be named Chesapeake Harvest and has become a formal program of the EEDC.

The change in name and other strategic shifts for more outreach and consensus-building in the farming community by the EEDC to support the food aggregator for smaller producers on the Mid-Shore.

This video is approximately minutes in length. To watch this entire meeting, please click here to watch on TV-98 at http://streams.tv-98.com/

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