It’s that time of year again. Kids are headed back to school and their lunch is on our minds. School food has been a hot button topic since 2010, when First Lady Michelle Obama launched Let’s Move!, her hallmark program to end childhood obesity, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) updated its nutrition standards... Read More
We recently have been shown the lettuce grown and consumed on the international space station and introduced to the volunteers who are simulating a trip to mars by being isolated in a structure on a...
We added in a new humidity and germination cover to our MicroFarm ONE+ Solo unit. This unit is made out of a bronze light blocking plastic that acts as "sunglasses" for our seeds. Just plant as usual...
According to a new study, people are shopping farmers markets and joining food coops at record numbers because they enjoy knowing who grows their food. These so-called 'locavores' are also driven to eat locally grown produce and meat because their commitment to do so makes them feel a part of something greater than themselves -- a community that shares their passion for a healthy lifestyle and a sustainable environment.
If you’re a fan of Seed Savers Exchange, you’ve probably heard that we’re celebrating our 40th anniversary this year. We hope you will join us in our celebrations by saving seeds. Why put in the effort? Let this list convince you.
The benefits of urban agriculture are often touted as solely related to the health benefits of locally grown food and the access provided to what is commonly touted as food deserts. There is a tendency to separate human activity into pods; while not recognizing the...
Like kids in a candy shop, chefs Andrew Bent and Peter Hoff gleefully swipe and bite fruits and vegetables while touring Alegría Fresh on a recent Wednesday morning. A scarlet red- and yellow-hued heirloom tomato plucked from the Irvine farm is so ripe, its juices burst after one chomp.
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