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We know Detroit is full of people with small-scale projects and big ideas looking for connections. Now, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and a host of local media partners are going to make those connections easier.
My friend Rich Heiland's blog. As he says in his motto, "Not everyone in Texas thinks Jesus hung with rich folks."In a fast-changing world, don’t assume yesterday’s economic development concepts, models will work. They might, but slowing down and looking at more than one model might be worth it when $4 million in taxpayer dollars is on the table….
It's the public face of our commitment to help agricultural operations of all sizes take advantage of new opportunities, meet the growing demand for local and regional food and succeed in America's diverse marketplace.
I've one more story to tell from my trip to Nymans Gardens the weekend before last, for if there was one late February flower that was luring the Honeybees more than any other, it had to be the winter heathers (Erica carnea and E. x darleyensis) - they were HEAVING with them.
In Denmark, the revolutionary New Nordic Diet isn't just offered in gourmet restaurants. Noma-style menus are now being offered to schoolchildren. The Danes are triailing a geographically-specific diet – a world first.
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"The government should invest even more money in ARPA-E," and "it would be a terrible mistake" not to boost the budget for energy, said former President Bill Clinton at the ARPA-E conference on Wednesday.
We can't wait until everyone sees a garden full of food as beautiful and lush. Instead, we've got to make sure that even those who still think it looks old fashioned and dirty don't get to control something so basic as our future anymore.
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