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Real Food Media Contest Features Oyster Men of Long Island Sound

The Oyster Men features the daily lives of baymen who handpick oysters from wild populations on the Long Island Sound.

Women Over 65 Own Nearly a Third of Iowa’s Farmland—Can They Prevent the Next Dust Bowl?

“Being invisible does two things: You think you don’t have any responsibilities [and] you’re just left out.”

Slow Money 2014 Highlights

SLOW MONEY 2014 was our largest event to date, with over 850 attendees from 46 states, Canada and France, and 6,000 watching via live stream.

If We're Serious about Saving Bees and Butterflies, Here's What We Should Do

If pollinator health is made a priority, to be successful much current policy and practice must change.

Get Growing Breightmet: Bolton’s food growing revolution begins here!

If you have a fairly spacious garden like many of the people we work with have, growing your own food in times of extreme economic uncertainty is a …

Mali: Agroecology Is in our Hands!

"I decided to come here because we are building a necessary movement, that will claim back what was always ours: our peasant knowledge of doing …

Pay-As-You-Feel Cafe Feeds Thousands on Food Waste

The idea behind TRJFP is to collect perfectly good food from grocers, farmers and businesses, that would otherwise be thrown away, and serve up gourmet …

Do Warmer Winters Mean Less Fruit?

Californians have been enjoying summer weather in the dead of winter, but the downside is that unseasonably warm temperatures could threaten many of our …

Leaf Cutters

Think of the presence of leaf cutter ants as being an indicator of an ecosystem out of balance, of being a cure for damaged soils.

Climate Change Poses Existential Water Risks

We often hear it said that climate change is too abstract to win the support needed to effectively combat it.

1% Local Food?: Unveiling Transition Buxton's Economic Resilience Study

 One local Councillor wants to use the report’s findings to help combat a new supermarket being proposed for the town.
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