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Are you ready to make daily decisions that help support a more sustainable food system, but done with the really easy stuff?
Many people ask me how I juggled a full-time job with a private career coaching practice and still managed to get a book published. I'd be remiss if I...
You don't have to give up dairy, but you can start buying dairy from local farms that treat their animals humanely.
It's disappointing that the Obama Administration is not providing the visionary leadership on agriculture, like it is in some many other policy areas.
It's time that we return to our roots. Literally. We need to support a food system that offers us healthy, safe, sustainable, fresh foods. And what better time to begin than on Independence Day?
There's a lot of simple but highly effective things you can do to transition off of a corn-based diet, lessen your carb(on) food/footprint, support local farmers and choose humanely raised meats.
Tear up your front lawn and plant a garden. In the long-term, it will be a lot cheaper than shopping at the supermarket. And you can share your harvest with your community.
The election may be over, but we still get to vote three times a day for a more humane and sustainable food chain.
While technology may not always have been the best companion to agriculture (think biotech), the Internet has emerged as an incredible tool for planning the future of food.
There are some not-so-wonderful aspects to Butterball's signature product -- in a concession to our obsession with big breasts, American turkey breeders created an avian abomination.
A funny thing happened on the way to Agribiz ascendancy; the same military-industrial complex that locked us into this fuel-ish food chain also gave us the key to free ourselves -- the Internet.
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