Is It Healthier to Eat Local? Part 2

Re-published with permission from The Guam Guide Story by Arlene Castro In part 1 of this story, we focused on our island’s rich production of fruits. The focus on this study will mostly center on the nutritional value of iron, Vitamin B6 and Fiber in home-grown vegetables. Vitamin B6 plays a significant role in a...

Recipes Made with Local Ingredients

Boonie-Bee Honey Honey can be used for many different things, such as a sweetener for tea, salad dressings, baked goods, and even as simple as a  topping on peanut butter toast. Here are a few ideas of what to do with it.   Lemon Basil Vinaigrette         Yield: 6     Prep Time: 10 min....

Eat Local with Tasty Chamorro Recipes!

Published with permission by The Guam Guide Trying to eat healthier and buy local? You’ll want to try the tasty recipes below. Tell us in the comments section what your favorite local foods and recipes are! Be sure to read our feature story, Is It Healthier to Eat Local? Fruit: mango, calamansi, guava, saba banana,...

Is It Healthier to Eat Local?

The woman was 73 years old and traveling to different countries several times a year, with a clean bill of health. My daughter wondered what the secret was to her grandmother’s good health.

CSA Farm in Action

As part of our newest project, “Tanom, Fatinas, yan Sustansia,” one goal is to develop and operate a Community Supported Agriculture Model Farm (CSA). The yield of the farm will be combined with the produce of other small farms and distributed via a subscription service with regular subscribers, by the end of 2014. Below you can...

What is Tånom, Fa’tinas, Yan Sustånsia?

PLANT, PREPARE, SUSTAIN! PLANT: CSA Farm One goal is to develop and operate a Community Supported Agriculture Model Farm (CSA), the yield of the farm will be combined with the produce of other small farms and distributed via a subscription service with regular subscribers.  Through the creation of the CSA farm, farmers can expect increased...

Job Openings

Thank you for your interest in Farm to Table Guam! All our positions have been filled as of December 2013.

2013 Annual May Harvest

If you were at the Annual May Harvest on May 8, you’ll agree that it was a smashing success. The farmers provided the best of their crops. The culinary students delighted our taste buds with their delectable dishes. The crowd was eager to enjoy all that was prepared for them.