How do you turn an unwieldy piece of massive, but vital legislation, into something immediately relevant to the public, at large?
When you sit down to a meal, do you ever wonder where the ingredients come from?
A variety of voices are being raised on NYTime’s Room for Debate opinion page this week, with the subject header being: Preventing Cruelty on the Farm.
I began to ramble about why I was here: my quest for better knowledge about the American food system, and modern life that the self-sufficient Amish seem to offer an enviable alternative. Excerpt 4.
Why did I spend 5 months pedaling 4,300 miles across the country to rediscover our food system? Excerpt 1.
During the summer of 2009, Nathan Winters spent 5 months traveling 4300 miles across the nation on a bicycle to rediscover our food system. Read excerpts from his unpublished book, The Uncommon Harvest.
February 11, 2011 The TED talks have garnered a following and popularity throughout the world – many folks like to listen to passionate thinkers and doers who are on the cutting edge in their field, whether it be design, science, technology, global issues…they are “riveting talks by remarkable people.” These talks have inspired other communities […]
November 22, 2010 Calcutta, India As the taste for fast food has increased over the years overseas, so has the waistband. “We never saw so many obese kids and adults before. In fact, obesity used to be associated with the Americans, known to be big eaters. Now we run into obese kids all the time […]
This Organic Life tells the story of how Joan Dye Gussow began her first garden and her long quest to change the food system.
Willamette Valley organic seed breeder, Frank Morton, explains the benefits of open pollination in plant breeding.