Interviews with experts on the science, politics, and culture of food
In part 2, Dr. Susan Katz, of the Oregon’s Physicians For Social Responsibility outlines some basic steps to avoid consuming products containing obesogens, along with a list of chemical resources.
A flurry of new scientific evidence suggests that certain chemicals we are being exposed to from our environment and in the food we eat, may also be a major contributor to the obesity problem.
As Kevin Chambers explains in this video, when it comes to farming at Resonance Vineyard in Carleton, Ore., he uses wisdom from all three areas in what he calls a “three-legged stool” of “eclectic farming” — which can be hard for more dogmatic folks to take.
Do the benefits of eating tuna, particularly West Coast albacore tuna, outweigh the potential risks? In a word: yes!
Livestock are living creatures deserving of respect and humane treatment during their lifetime.
A scenic view, an established upick farm and farm stand, and an idea that would not go away, convinced this farmer to do it. Who would have thought it would become the larger income source on her farm!
The Republican National Convention theme “We Built It” is a beautifully crafted slogan; if it only provided the full story.
It’s not so easy to deliver nature in a bottle.