Need help with your Guam business? Attend our free meetings!

Need assistance with the following? Starting a farm Writing a business plan Budgeting Record keeping Selling your produce Marketing Farming tips Becoming CORE certified (EPA requirement for properly handling pesticides) Becoming registered with the Department of Agriculture Creating Value-Added Products Monday, April 18, 2016 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Mangilao Senior Citizens Center Who is Farm...

Farm to Table Guam helps farmer get $17,196 grant to expand operation

Hertha Cruz Quintanilla Van Beurden of Paradise Natural Farm was awarded a Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (WSARE) Grant to expand her farm using a “rotating paddock method” of chicken feeding and grazing. Paradise Natural Farms is a family-run operation developed by Jason and Hertha Van Beurden. As part of this $17,196 grant, farmer...

Harry S. Truman Elementary School and Breaking the Cycle awarded $46,250 grant

On December 16, 2015, Senator Tina Rose Muna Barnes visited Harry S. Truman Elementary and was thanked for the support she has shown for Breaking the Cycle’s school garden project and Taotao Mo’na Farm project. With a grant provided through the Guam Visitors’ Bureau, BTC was able to buy gardening supplies for Harry S. Truman...

Win a gift basket for Chamorro Month!

Celebrate Chamorro Month by eating at your favorite restaurants! ​In honor of Chamorro Month, ​visit Pika’s Cafe, 9th Street Rotary, Meskla and Mosa’s Joint, order the “Chamorro Month Special,” take a photo, upload to Instagram and use hashtag #FarmToTableGuam.

February Community Awareness Meetings

Need assistance with the following?  Starting a farm Writing a business plan Budgeting Record keeping Selling your produce Marketing Farming tips Becoming CORE certified (EPA requirement for properly handling pesticides) Becoming registered with the Department of Agriculture Attend our free community awareness meetings! Who is Farm to Table & How Can We Help? Tuesday, February 16,...

Farmers Market Nutrition Program Open Enrollment for 2016

The Department of Public Health and Social Services (DPHSS) would like to announce the FY 2016 open enrollment of the Guam WIC Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP). If you are a certified Guam Farmer with the Department of Agriculture and grow vegetables and fruits you are encouraged to pick up an application and information packet...

Register now for ANA Pre-Application Training!

Once or twice a year, ANA (Administration for Native Americans, our grant funder) offers grant training workshops. Even if you are not planning on applying for a grant any time soon (or at all), this is still good information to know, especially since this is how Farm to Table was born! You will also learn...

How to Cook with Calamansi & Long Beans

By Peyton Roberts of The Guam Guide Somehow I missed the boat and didn’t discover calamansi until way too recently. I was at the farmer’s market at Chamorro Village and bought one bag of green and one bag of orange. “The orange ones are sweeter. They make great lemonade,” Ken, one of the growers, informed...