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Civil Eats has the latest out of Ohio where hundreds of people protested in front of Wendy's corporate headquarters yesterday encouraging the fast food giant to join 12 other major corporations to sign on to The
2014 Summer Shares available for the Round the Bend Farm Vegetable CSA! Vegetable CSA at Round the Bend Farm | Marion Institutewww.marioninstitute.orgThe Marion Institute is dedicated to identifying and promoting programs that seek to enhance life
Some pre-spring gardening tips from our friends at Organic Gardening Magazine Zone by zone to-do list for gardeners in March: Organic Gardeningwww.organicgardening.comA zone-by-zone to do list for the month of March. There's so much to do
Wonderful TEDx Manhattan talk by Digital Farm Collective's Matthew Moore – "How Art Can Change the Way We Eat" How Art Can Change the Way We Eat: Matthew Moore at TEDxManhattanhttp://tedxmanhattan.org/ http://digitalfarmcollective.org/ Matthew Moore is a
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UN: Over one million farmers affected by Typhoon Haiyan. The Food and Agricultu…
UN: Over one million farmers affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says hundreds of thousands of hectares of rice have been destroyed in the Philippines, along with many sugar cane and coconut plantations; causing a big set back in the country’s goal of self-sufficiency and devastating farmers' livelihoods…
Typhoon impacts a million farmers
Production of rice and coconuts hit dramatically as a result of the typhoon according to the UN's food and agriculture organisation.