Category Archives: Presentations and Papers

Results from Brook Trout Nutrition Study Published

It took a few years from start to finish, and now the full nutrition findings of wild caught brook trout from the Adirondack region of New York state are published in The…

Wild Harvest Table bundled into a 37 minute Webinar

I had the opportunity to talk with Celeste Carmichael as part of Cornell’s Campus County Connection series to share the history of the Wild Harvest Table program through a webinar. We explore how…

Locavore Preferences for Wild Fish and Game: Implications for Wildlife-based Recreation in New York State

We’re not just about recipes!  Last spring, as part of a research project, we surveyed nearly 500 people in the Finger Lakes region who were identified as “locavores”, people who…

Addressing Information Gaps in Wild Caught Foods

The Wild Harvest Table team recently published the article, “The Absence of Wild Game and Fish Species from the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference: Addressing Information Gaps in Wild Caught Foods.”…

Locavores Engaging in Wild Fish and Game Consumption Increase Health of Community and Environment

In the article “Extending the Locavore Movement to Wild Fish and Game: Questions and Implications,” Keith Tidball, Moira Tidball, and Paul Curtis explain the many benefits associated with consuming local fish…

Summer Intern Presents Research at Cornell Poster Session

A few weeks ago, intern Rachel Blomberg presented her summer research and work for The Wild Harvest Table at a poster session alongside fellow Cornell Cooperative Extension Interns.  At the…

Addressing Information Gaps in Wild Caught Foods

The Absence of Wild Game and Fish Species from the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference

Enhancing Local Food Systems: Exploring the Science, What Works, and What we Need to Learn

Presentation from the North East Regional Center for Rural Development local food conference.

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