What is Organic Anyways?

By Thalia Gange, Farm to Table Guam Business Manager Farm to Table Guam often gets inquiries from our readers about what the word ‘organic’ means, both from a legal standpoint and from the point of view of consumers who just want to know what they are eating. USDA Organic Certified defines organic as “a production system that is...

Chamorro Month Promotion: March 2015

Not sure what has local produce in it? Ask your server! Please help us spread the word. With promotions like these, we hope to raise awareness about the importance of supporting our local farmers and producers and the dire need to use the resources we have on Guam, especially during times like these when our...

Highlights from the 2015 ANA Conference

Every year, the Administration for Native Americans holds a grantee conference for those who have been awarded an ANA federal grant. The 2015 Grantee Conference was held in Santa Fe, New Mexico during the first week of February with about 180 different programs and organizations attending. Lilian Sparks Robinson, Commissioner of the Administration for Native Americans,...

2015 ANA Conference Materials for Download

Grants and Financial Management 2015 Conference_Overcoming Barriers to Economic Development Budget by Objective Planning Worksheets

Community Outreach: Looking Back at 2014

The first year of our project “Tånom, Fa’tinas, yan Sustånsia” has come to an end. Farm to Table Guam could not have done it without the support of the community! From school visits and farm tours to markets and health fairs, take a look at some of the community outreach events we were involved with....

Why DIY? Guam Produce Makes Great Baby Food

By Rita Salisbury, Project Administrative Assistant Do-it-yourself baby food — I know; it sounds back yard, sketchy, and very expensive. I cannot deny and feel I must disclose that the do-it-yourself baby food process is labor-intensive and requires quite a bit of planning. However, you won’t need to buy a fancy food-processing unit or outfit your kitchen according...

Holiday Cookies for Sale!

Farm to Table Guam and the Sunrise Rotary Club of Guam are partnering up this holiday season! All proceeds will go to Farm to Table Guam, whose vision is for every kitchen and pantry on Guam to contain products grown and produced on Guam.  These funds, specifically, will assist in launching a new program called Farm Bucks, which will...

Introducing Ginen Guåhan

As a non-profit that supports local value-added producers, it would be an understatement to say the staff at Farm to Table Guam were excited to meet James Bamba of Ginen Guåhan. Putting value into something that may not have much use, or any use at all, and creating artisanal products is ambitious to say the least....

Farm to Table Guam Opens New Farmers Market

A primary objective of Farm to Table Guam’s project, “Tånom, Fa’tinas, yan Sustånsia,” is to create a neighborhood farmers market. This goal was realized September 13, 2014 at the Mangilao Donne Festival. This market will become a sustainable outlet for distribution of local produce, plants, and value-added products made with local ingredients.  Because it is not...

Specialty Saddle Grafted Mango Trees for Sale

All grown using the organic method Varieties: Carabao Smith King Edwards Papaya Mango Indian Mango Custom variety at request For more information or prices, contact Johnny Castro at 671-689-9445.