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MassDEP Steps Up Waste Ban Compliance Strategy with New Inspectorswww.mass.govMassDEP Steps Up Waste Ban Compliance Strategy with New Inspectors, Issues 101 Enforcement Actions to Violators
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#US farmer, writer and activist Wendell Berry has spoken out in defense of local agriculture, rural communities and the importance of caring for the land for almost six decades; using the term “sustainable agriculture” long before
Parsley is much more than a garnish! 7 Reasons to Love Parsley, the Most Under-Appreciated Herbwww.foodandwine.comOften regarded as little more than a garnish, parsley is probably the most underrated herb. In fact, Salt Lake City chef
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No Corn, No Country: Victory for farmers and civil society groups in Mexico call…
No Corn, No Country: Victory for farmers and civil society groups in Mexico calling for an end to the use of GM corn crops.
"It is no longer enough to be responsible co-producers; today we must take affirmative actions oriented to preserve all that we consider essential for nature, and for us… We give thanks to those who started this fight for all of us; we are proud to be able to support you and to actively join the ranks of the campaign in defense of Mexican corn: Sin Maíz No Hay País.” – Eduardo Correa, coordinator of the Slow Food Youth Network in Mexico.
No Corn, No Country