Eric Garza resides in Vermont’s Champlain Valley and works in at the nexus of food and energy. He teaches classes and offers workshops and public lectures regionally, and studies the energy flow through small farms to help enhance farm viability.
How much money, effort and time must be wasted in the service of feeding today’s GMO escalation trap? By the time one side wins, society will have lost.
November 7, 2014
Several groups teamed up to bring Michael Pollan to the University of Vermont for a question and answer session and book signing this past Thursday evening, and I was lucky enough to attend the event.
November 3, 2014
This game of investing energy towards the procurement of food is one that Homo sapiens – and all living organisms – have played for millennia.
October 14, 2014
Acrylamide is produced in food when the amino acid asparagine reacts with sugar, particularly glucose, when heated above 248 degrees Fahrenheit…
September 9, 2014
In a former life I earned a masters degree in environmental chemistry, toxicology and risk assessment, so anytime the word ‘toxin’ is mentioned my ears perk up, particularly when I hear it in the same sentence as the word ‘food’.
September 4, 2014