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|Local Food Film Screening Toolkit||The NC 10% Campaign has worked with Vittles Films to create a series of film shorts, Local Food Spotlights, that highlight local food heroes making local food a reality in North Carolina. We have developed a film screening toolkit that provides an event checklist, curriculum, and discussion questions to assist organizers in sharing our videos with community or campus groups. We have paired these screenings with Ugly Fish Bingo and other fun activities with great success!|
|Farm to Dorm Cooking Video Series||NC 10% Campaign and UFoods teamed up with GeoCore Films to produce a series of dorm cooking videos based on Local Food Spotlight seasonal recipes created by the UFoods project. The goal was to work with students to create engagement tools useful in campus-based local food programming and also to train students in video planning and production. Students were featured in the videos cooking healthy, local foods in a dorm room setting using minimal supplies. Geocore trained students in concept development, script creation, and visual/graphic/prop production.|
|Freshly Retired||Salem Suber needed a way to meet the increasing demand for fresh food by residents at Southminster, a continuing care retirement community in Charlotte, N.C. With 282 unique published menus every 21 days, how could Suber, Director of Culinary Services, maintain consistency and meet their demands? The answer was to bring in Chef Kris Reid. The video explores how Reid’s tireless passion for fresh, local food powers a world of change within an institutional setting by creating deep personal connections to the food being grown and served—resulting in bottom-line savings in the kitchen and a vibrant community of residents around the garden.|
|What Can Be||For many rural communities it can be hard to see opportunities for growth, or even stability, in the wake of steady economic decline and the exodus of big industries. Carla Norwood and Gabe Cummings believe plenty of opportunity exists where it always has: in the landscape and people that surround them. Their rural-based nonprofit, Working Landscapes, has nurtured a local food system and a regional supply network that has proven sustainable over the past five years. What Can Be examines their economic redevelopment project in detail, the public and private partners involved and how their model could be replicated to develop complementary processing facilities and opportunities for economic resilience in other rural communities.|
|Collards in the Cafeteria||Nestled in the agricultural heart of North Carolina, Gaston County schools are attempting to source 10% of their produce locally. Students love the addition of fresh, local strawberries and watermelons to their menu, but how about collards? Collards In the Cafeteria follows the journey of this nutrient rich leafy green from the fields to the county’s Central Kitchen, where they are cooked and processed in a Wonka-like fashion for cafeteria service the following day. Frank Fields, Director of School Nutrition, shares the secret of the final step; getting students to try and, perhaps, even love this classic Southern side dish.
|Ugly & Wild: Learning to Love NC Fish||Even though your mama said, “there are many fish in the sea,” we often seek out what we already know. Locals Seafood is an inland fish house in Raleigh, North Carolina, that believes love awaits those who are willing to take a chance with the lesser-known, but ultra fresh, bounty caught off their coast. Over the last decade nearly 40% of N.C. fish houses have closed due to increasing demand for imported seafood; which is familiar and cheap, but from obscure sources using unknown practices. UGLY & WILD explores how Locals Seafood is creating new connections with venerable coastal fishing families to bring one of the state’s last wild foods to a dinner plate near you. After all, true beauty is fried on the inside.|