February 18, 2020

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Know Your Food – Quick Tip

By Diane Hatz The entire Guide to Good Food series has been developed to help you get to know your food, but here’s...

Cary Fowler: Save Our Future by Saving the Seeds

"If crops don't adapt to climate change, neither will we," says Cary Fowler, and key to ensuring that crops will be able to...

Eat Less Meat – and enjoy it!

By Diane Hatz For the past couple of weeks I’ve been encouraging you to eat less meat, preferably by cutting it out one...

Eat Less Meat (part 2)

By Diane Hatz Last week we discussed how eating less meat can benefit our pocketbook and our health. This week we’ll look at...

100% Post Consumer Kraft Paper Halloween Bags

Halloween is the 2nd largest retail shopping seasonal event in the United States. Consumers [in the United States] will spend over $6 billion...

Guide to Good Food: Eat less meat

By Diane Hatz Doctors to rock stars to Nobel Peace Prize-winning UN panels and even nonprofit organizations are telling us to eat less...

Personal Magnetic Transport for a Green Future

Extremely innovative magnetic transport line, 200 MPG!!

Asking Questions (part 2)

By Diane Hatz In the last blog we gave you tips for asking questions at farms and farmers’ markets so you can find...

Ken Cook: Organic Regulations

Environmental Working Group co-founder and president Ken Cook discusses the state of organic regulations today and the fight to have regulations that work

Guide to Good Food - Asking Questions

By Diane Hatz Because there are no official standards for sustainable food, you need to ask the right questions to find the information...




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