Have you ever noticed that most of the superfoods and super drinks are a deep green in color. Kale, broccoli, wheatgrass, green tea, greens, algae. The color green of all is principally derived from...
Over forty years ago, a visionary holistic practitioner, Ann Wigmore, postulated that our modern diet of "convenience food" was the prime cause of illness and obesity. She was the pioneer who brought...
The US city of Louisville, KY, is set to become home to a major new vertical farm. The FarmedHere facility will be part of the new 24-ac (9.7-ha) West Louisville FoodPort that will be home to a community of food-related businesses. It will grow microgreens, herbs and vegetables.
Three years ago, Dustin Fedako attended the US Composting Council’s annual conference. As founder of Compost Pedallers, a bike-powered compost recycling program in Austin, Texas, Fedako didn’t know what to expect from the conference, which is geared toward the industrial composting model. He just wanted to “sponge up as much as he could.” He learned a lot and he also spent a lot of time explaining what community composting is.
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