Feed the Difference – Key Benefits of Regenerative Farming?

So, what is “The Dirt on Regenerative Farming” and why is it important? Regenerative farming restores our soil and reduces harmful greenhouse gases.  And by restoring farmlands, we increase our food security, now and for generations to come. Rebuilds Soil Health: Soil is a non-renewable resource & 3-4 tons of topsoil per 1 acre is […]

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Feed the Difference – What Is Regenerative Farming?

Feed the Difference – What Is Regenerative Farming?

So, what is “The Dirt on Regenerative Farming”? Regenerative farming is a conservation and rehabilitation approach to food and farming systems that ultimately help fight climate change. The goal is to move greenhouse gases from the atmosphere into the soil through plants, forests, pastures, and grasslands.

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Feed the Difference – The Dirt on Regenerative Farming

Feed the Difference – The Dirt on Regenerative Farming

Every October, we celebrate #feedthedifference! It is a month-long celebration that focuses on local and sustainable foods, farming practices, and highlighting seasonal favorites. This year we are looking at “The Dirt on Regenerative Farming”, stick around all month to learn about #regnerativefarming and how you can #makeadifference!

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Sheila Brown – MG Shero

Sheila Brown – MG Shero

Shelia got her start with MG almost 25 years ago. She has touched many communities from Northern Virginia to North Carolina and in between. She has called Guilford College home for the last 12 years where she goes above and beyond everyday for everyone; from students to the college leadership. Shelia is dedicated, hard working, […]

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Barbara Garrison – MG Shero

Barbara Garrison – MG Shero

Barbara joined the Hollins community 44 years ago, beginning her journey in the housekeeping department. She quickly decided housekeeping was not for her and transferred to the food service department. That is where she found home. She started in the dining room and worked her way through various positions to finally that of Cook which […]

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Rosa Lopez – MG Shero

Rosa Lopez – MG Shero

Rosa has been at her school in Washington, DC, working in dining services since 1996. Rosa has impacted thousands of students with her kindness and caring, always making a lasting impression. Rosa says, “My favorite part of my job is customer service. I treat the kids like my own family, like this is their home, […]

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Peggy Anderson – MG Shero

Peggy Anderson – MG Shero

Peggy met Rie and Eddie Godsey at an event they were catering in 1982. She was simultaneously chiding them for undercooking the blackeyed peas while singing an off-key rendition of Ray Charles “Little Drummer Boy.” It was at this same event that Peggy shared her foodservice wisdom: “never go anywhere with your hands empty.” Since […]

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Feed the Difference – What Is Regenerative Farming?

Feed the Difference – What Is Regenerative Farming?

So, what is “The Dirt on Regenerative Farming”? Regenerative farming is a conservation and rehabilitation approach to food and farming systems that ultimately help fight climate change. The goal is to move greenhouse gases from the atmosphere into the soil through plants, forests, pastures, and grasslands.

read more
Feed the Difference – The Dirt on Regenerative Farming

Feed the Difference – The Dirt on Regenerative Farming

Every October, we celebrate #feedthedifference! It is a month-long celebration that focuses on local and sustainable foods, farming practices, and highlighting seasonal favorites. This year we are looking at “The Dirt on Regenerative Farming”, stick around all month to learn about #regnerativefarming and how you can #makeadifference!

read more
Sheila Brown – MG Shero

Sheila Brown – MG Shero

Shelia got her start with MG almost 25 years ago. She has touched many communities from Northern Virginia to North Carolina and in between. She has called Guilford College home for the last 12 years where she goes above and beyond everyday for everyone; from students to the college leadership. Shelia is dedicated, hard working, […]

read more
Barbara Garrison – MG Shero

Barbara Garrison – MG Shero

Barbara joined the Hollins community 44 years ago, beginning her journey in the housekeeping department. She quickly decided housekeeping was not for her and transferred to the food service department. That is where she found home. She started in the dining room and worked her way through various positions to finally that of Cook which […]

read more
Rosa Lopez – MG Shero

Rosa Lopez – MG Shero

Rosa has been at her school in Washington, DC, working in dining services since 1996. Rosa has impacted thousands of students with her kindness and caring, always making a lasting impression. Rosa says, “My favorite part of my job is customer service. I treat the kids like my own family, like this is their home, […]

read more
Peggy Anderson – MG Shero

Peggy Anderson – MG Shero

Peggy met Rie and Eddie Godsey at an event they were catering in 1982. She was simultaneously chiding them for undercooking the blackeyed peas while singing an off-key rendition of Ray Charles “Little Drummer Boy.” It was at this same event that Peggy shared her foodservice wisdom: “never go anywhere with your hands empty.” Since […]

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BLT Deviled Eggs

BLT Deviled Eggs

24 Halves Ingredients 12 whole eggs, hard-cooked, cooled, peeled, sliced lengthwise ⅓ c good quality mayonnaise ¼ t salt ¼ t black pepper ¼ t dijon mustard ¼ t tabasco sauce 3 slices bacon, cooked, cooled, cut into small pieces 6 grape tomatoes, sliced into 4 small pieces 24 small basil or arugula leaves Procedure […]

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BLT Deviled Eggs

BLT Deviled Eggs

24 Halves Ingredients 12 whole eggs, hard-cooked, cooled, peeled, sliced lengthwise ⅓ c good quality mayonnaise ¼ t salt ¼ t black pepper ¼ t dijon mustard ¼ t tabasco sauce 3 slices bacon, cooked, cooled, cut into small pieces 6 grape tomatoes, sliced into 4 small pieces 24 small basil or arugula leaves Procedure […]

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