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Monthly Archives: March 2010
Delicious banchan takes the Saveur Photo Contest.
MARCELO AIZEN and LAWRENCE HARDER explain the complex questions behind colony-collpase disorder. See the full Op-Ed here. IN the past five years, as the phenomenon known as colony-collapse disorder has spread across the United States and Europe, causing the disappearance … Continue reading
Conscious of a sparing economy, ideas for good eating in today’s NYTimes Recipes for Health, seen here.
The University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment is discovering solutions to Earth’s biggest problems, including the big question of how are we going to feed a growing world without destroying the planet?
(…) By planting Zapatista corn, you become a part of a global effort to preserve a vital genetic heritage that has evolved over thousands of years. Great for making tortillas! You can plant this powerful Zapatista seed corn in your … Continue reading
From yesterdays Opinionator, Olivia Judson gives the story behind the evolutionary power of grass-lands: See the article here.
FoodNYC: A Blueprint for a Sustainable Food System, published on the website of Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer. New York, February 17, 2010 – Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer today released “FoodNYC: A Blueprint for a Sustainable Food System,” … Continue reading
We are looking at the end of (relatively) cheap oil, food and transportation, crises that have already had a devastating impact on Third World nations and communities of color. These issues hit Cuba a stunning blow in the early 1990s, … Continue reading