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Welcome to The Food Project's new website!

Welcome to The Food Project's new website! The 2004-2009 edition served us faithfully, but it was time for a rebuild. We've reorganized the site to better reflect our current programs and activities, so you'll be able to find what you're looking for more easily. You'll also see more and bigger photos throughout. The new site comes to you thanks to our friend Andrew Rodgers of Open Pixels and TFP's hard-working communications staff.

For those of you curious about the technology involved, we've built the new site using Drupal, an open source content management system. This move presents big improvements in functionality and cost-savings compared to the proprietary system used for the previous site. The improved back-end tools will allow us to keep things up-to-date more efficiently.

In case you're interested in seeing something as it appeared on the previous site, a mirror is still available at http://archive.thefoodproject.org, and old blog entries will remain at http://blog.thefoodproject.org.

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