Fred Kirschenmann warns us, conventional agriculture, and its heavy dependence upon fossil fuels and water is not the future of agriculture.
March is finally here, time for me to pull out my favorite gardening books, finalize seed orders, and sketch out the plan for this year’s vegetable garden.
I share how I came to the decision to adopt a more sustainable food lifestyle by buying local milk and shopping at the local farmers markets in my area.
Many in the artisan community spend a huge portion of their income on quality food despite the price disparity between sustainable and conventional food.
I knew it wouldn’t be easy to create a sustainable food lifestyle, We live in New Jersey, and fresh, local produce exists only from May through October.