GE Foods

Washington power broker Henry Kissinger said, ‘He who controls the food supply, controls the people.’ And a handful of global food corporations are increasingly doing both while damaging the food supply and the biosphere. Today’s biotec giants are saturating worldwide markets with genetically engineered or genetically modified food products. They patent and own most of […]

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Paper or Plastic

Paper or plastic?  The pedestrian question we are all too familiar with.  What is the best answer?  Neither!  Paper bags require large amounts chemicals and energy and valuable trees, which play a vital role in balancing our climate.  Plastic bags support our addiction to petroleum, are wasteful and toxic to nature. Join us to hear […]

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Farmers Markets

While large corporate agri-business often fails to provide clean, healthy food for consumers, an alternate food economy is sprouting up, around the country.  A resurgence of age-old Farmers Markets is providing jobs and locally produced, wholesome foods, all with a reduced carbon footprint and boost to the local economy, Tune in to find out more […]

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Smart Shopping

Americans, who read the news and pay attention to current trends, understand that, with some education and effort, they can make smart, healthy and directed consumer choices. Applying what we learn about conservation, to spending in our own marketplace, can lead to a more sustainable lifestyle and make a difference in our interconnected world. Everyone […]

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GMO Free

After just a few decades of widespread use in our food, genetically modified foods, or GMOs, are creating alarming effects organisms in our bodies and the biosphere. Largely unregulated global food corporations reap huge profits while suppressing the truth about their products. But the first long term tests now show a clear connection between unprecedented […]

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Neighborhood Gardens

  As the saying goes, history does sometimes repeat itself.  When it comes to the production of food, the new trend is an old one: Growing local.  An increasing number of citizens are reaping the benefits of producing food in neighborhood and community gardens.  It’s a conscious effort by many to consume less industrially grown […]

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