Recently curated content from around the web.
This is a sweet video of Alan (Mushroom) Kapuler, his daughter Dylana and her partner, Mario DiBenedetto, showing us portions of their diverse organic farm, Peace Seedlings
From time to time, I plan to share some of my photos of favorite things in life that are food and agriculture related.
In Utqiaġvik (formerly known as Barrow), Alaska, the farthest northern town in the U.S., the sun will not rise above the horizon for 65 days.
An 85 year-old Nebraskan and his wife use geothermal energy entirely to grow citrus trees in their greenhouse year-round.
Bees are exquisitely sensitive to exposure from herbicide and pesticide chemicals. Dicamba poses special problems for bees because of drift.
Sometimes, a great notion— if it’s real! If not, it’s still a good idea but how does the fish get emptied?
Speaking in Davos, Switzerland at the World Economic Forum, famed naturalist and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough spoke in stark terms about the state of the environment and the impacts already felt from climate change.
For many Americans, eating bugs is out of the question even though in other countries they are considered nutritious food and a sought after as delicacies.