On Saturday, March 14, there is a great event going on at the Warner Park Community Center. It is benefiting FEED and brings together Northside food businesses and artists in a great collaboration. All of the details are on the poster below. We hope to see you there!
This month the Wisconsin Procurement Institute is bringing in speakers from several Prime Vendors to talk about selling to State and Federal agencies through a Prime Vendor. It will be a very good course for vendors looking to expand their markets. Below is the link to the events page. I urge you to sign-up soon.
Following on the heels of yesterday’s Cap Times article, here is a Wisconsin State Journal article about the JUST Bakery program. When you do good things, people notice.
Click on the picture to read the article:
We always love to see our users getting good press and the Cap Times article about JUST Bakery is fantastic. They were one of our first users and have been going strong from the beginning. We look forward to seeing what they do in the coming years and what we can do to help. Click on the picture below to read the article.
The Isthmus had a nice article about FEED and some of our users. Click on the link below to read all about it.
This meeting has been rescheduled to January 20, 2015, due to Holiday Congestion.
Our monthly session with the Wisconsin Procurement Institute will be on selling to the Veteran’s Affairs department. Here is a link to the page for more information and for registering:
Every month we have a meeting in the Conference Room at the Kitchens, hosted by the Wisconsin Procurement Institute. They bring a lot of information to the table for users in regards to selling to government agencies, from the small accounts to Federal. This month is a special treat, with multiple speakers from a wide background with an immense amount of valuable information.
Here is a link to the information and event page. We hope to see many of the users at the event.
We are changing the amount of Informational Sessions that we offer every month. Instead of two a month, we will now be offering one most months. This month, October, we have cancelled the Saturday session and are still holding the Tuesday session. I have updated the list posted on this site.
You can still contact Adam to set-up a private tour and to get information on how to use the Kitchens.
The UW-Extension is hosting “Digging Into the Local Food System: Be a Part of the Solution”, on October 24. It looks to be a great event with a wide-reaching draw in the local food scene, from farmers to gardeners, chefs to educators.
To sign-up, got to Extension’s website by clicking on the poster below:
Here is a list of upcoming information sessions at the FEED Kitchens. These sessions are open to anyone who wants to learn more about our facility and its uses, whether they are looking to start a business, bake Christmas cookies or just want to know what this building in the middle of the parking lot is. To reserve a spot in one of the sessions email Adam Haen, the FEED manager with your name, the name of any guests you are bringing, the date and your telephone number.