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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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Tomorrow, products from the Ark of Taste will be at the centre of many events ta…
Tomorrow, products from the Ark of Taste will be at the centre of many events taking place around the world as part of Terra Madre Day 2013 #TMD2013
Today’s focus for our Terra Madre Day countdown is an event to celebrate the importance of Aboriginal women in Australia.
Taking place in Broome on December 10, the event will involve a feast focusing on @[154561158047000:274:Slow Food Ark of Taste] product: the Pindan Walnut. Organized by the Babagarra Aboriginal Incorporated, it will celebrate the importance of Aboriginal women in securing food sovereignty, and their role in caring for their families and environment – while continuing their age-old traditions of harvesting wild food plants.