Unfortunately, Local Table is one of the victims of the COVID-19 pandemic and we won't be returning in 2021. I look forward to seeing many of you at a farmers' market, restaurant or local food conference. I'll still be involved helping to promote our local food economy - but now from the sidelines!
Selected back issues will still be available for a while at Local Table Digital for your enjoyment.
Also arriving in it's entirety (400+ documents), is the Local Table Article Archive. I've put it here mainly for posterity and also just to have a place to store it.
I want to thank everyone who has been involved with the creation and support of Local Table Magazine. Begun in 2007 as a means to connect our community with local food growers and artisans. A lot has changed on the local food scene since our first issue, and I'd like to think that Local Table has helped support the rise of buying and eating local. Thanks to the writers, photographers, copy editors for wanting to help in our endeavor in educating our readers - often taking a cut in pay to help spread the good news.
Special thanks to our two designers Bob Delevante and Lucy Kane for their amazing sensibility and creating a beautiful magazine celebrating our local scene. A huge thank you to all those who have supported us financially over the years with advertising. I know how important every dollar is to a small business and how difficult it is to maintain a business. Local Table would not have existed without our advertisers. It was our only source of income. It was an honor to work with our local businesses, farmers, artisan producers and food community workers.
Thank you for being part of Local Table's journey.
Whether in person or virtually, hold your loved ones tight.