Posts Tagged ‘sustainable food’

Working with Nature, and Against It

Working with Nature, and Against It

Sustainable, yes, natural, no. Home ownership is the great American Dream.  To own the land (and the structures on the land) is pretty much the pinnacle of capitalist endeavor.  For TwoJunes, our house is our savings, our retirement, a hobby, a joy, and occasionally, sheer terror. Admittedly, it is enormously gratifying to have control over […]

The Greening of America

The Greening of America

Has sustainability reached minute 14 in its 15 minutes of fame? Bringing knowledge to the surface of public awareness is an essential function of any political movement that wants to change the system. Over the past decade, the Local, Green, Sustainable and Slow Food movements have brought a shift in public thinking about food. For […]

Shortcomings, from My Sustainable Kitchen

Shortcomings, from My Sustainable Kitchen

Spring is a time of re-birth and like the start of a new calendar year I welcome the opportunity to wipe the slate clean and begin again. As people we should constantly be improving ourselves and there is no better way to start than with our food consumption and overall eating habits. I’ve stated before […]

My Journey to a more Sustainable Food Lifestyle-Part 3

My Journey to a more Sustainable Food Lifestyle-Part 3

Where are those re-usable shopping bags? So far I’ve shared with you how I came to my decision to adopt a more sustainable food lifestyle, my move from regular dairy to local and organic and my discovery of the local farmers markets in my area. But my journey doesn’t end there. Once I tackled my […]

This Week On Cooking Up a Story: February 15-2009

This Week On Cooking Up a Story: February 15-2009

Next Generation of Family Farmers- Parts 1 and 2 Cooking Up a Story: Food News Witness a night of conversation, as the grassroots organization, Friends of Family Farmers at their new InFARMation (and Beer) monthly event, focus on the full gamut of issues that effect family farmers, farm laborers, and those who eat locally grown […]