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In Harlem, a farm share for the people | Grist

dennis-portrait-cropped natural skin care recipes By Claire Thompson “…The folks behind Harlem-based Corbin Hill Farm don’t see sustainably grown local produce as a passing craze for the foodie elite; on the contrary, they’re figuring out a way to make it

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Blog – Small-Scale Dream Become Big Reality

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Since food industrialization and manufacturing have overtaken grocery store isles, many consumers have forgotten where their food actually comes from. In exchange, this generation knows that the internet comes from wireless devices or cables and not how the pulled-pork on

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EDblog – Growing Local NOLA, Farm This Now!, & Food Justice

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This past Saturday (10/20/2012), the Center for Sustainable Engagement & Development (CSED) and partners (NOFFN included) called attention to the “food desert” in the Lower 9th Ward with a “pop up” o mail order viagra in uk utdoor grocery. Organizers

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Understanding the Farm Bill

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NYFC releases survey of 1,000 young and beginning farmers


    The National Young Farmer’s Coalition has released a study showing that the nation’s young and beginning farmers face tremendous barriers in starting a farming career.    Building a Future With Farmers: Challenges Faced by Young, American Farmers and

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Coastal Women for Change (Biloxi, MS) needs help rebuilding their garden


Coastal Women for Change, a Biloxi, Mississippi-based community group that focuses on women’s empowerment and community development through programs for the elderly and children, is looking donations and volunteers to hel order viagra online p with their community garden, which

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Southern SARE Small Ruminant Production Toolbox Available


A comprehensive small ruminant resource tool covering all manners of production, planning, marketing, health, and facilities has been developed to aid producers and the Extension agents who work with them in improving sheep and goat profitability and sustainability. via Multi-State

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The Killing of Sacred (Economic) Cows | Re-Fresh Blog


– great analysis by folks in Missouri on the misconceptions put forth by those who think big ag is the only efficient ag “…..Recently, we have been discussing the ongoing series of pronouncements from the Freakonomics fellows along the line

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