Search iEat Green

Posts tagged: biodiversity

Growth in Organic Industry Continues; Riverkeeper’s Massive Clean Up Success; Wind Engery Program Begins Training for Mine-workers; Farmer’s Mark Season Boosts Access to Fresh Produce; Biodiversity Makes a Comeback

Image for Growth in Organic Industry Continues; Riverkeeper’s Massive Clean Up Success; Wind Engery Program Begins Training for Mine-workers; Farmer’s Mark Season Boosts Access to Fresh Produce; Biodiversity Makes a Comeback

2016 Count of Certified Organic Operations The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced new data indicating the organic industry continues to grow domestically and globally, with 24,650 certified organic operations in the United States, and 37,032 around the world!!! I … Read More

iEat Green Savors the LI Food and Film Feast; Paul Gallay, President of Riverkeeper, Joins Bhavani on the Progressive Radio Network

Hi All, I am still riding the “high” I get, after pulling off a successful, fun filled event! Slow Food North Shore’s 4th Annual Long Island Food and Film Feast was this past Sunday evening at the Cinema Arts Centre … Read More

Food Policy Keeps Up; Washington DC Food Tank Summit Inspires; NYC Bodegas Protest; EPA Reports Smudged; Biodiversity Improves Standards

Image for Food Policy Keeps Up; Washington DC Food Tank Summit Inspires; NYC Bodegas Protest; EPA Reports Smudged; Biodiversity Improves Standards

Civil Eats Describes Food Policy Today “With policy changes taking place at breakneck speed in Washington, there is no certainty with respect to laws that have made the U.S. food system safer, healthier, and more sustainable. The only certainty is that … Read More

January 31: Ecological Landscape Alliance

LANDSCAPE HEROES: CARBON, WATER, AND BIODIVERSITY January 31, 2017 @ 8:00 am EST – 5:00 pm EST Cost: $79 – $99 Small Steps – Big Impacts Join us at UMass Amherst on Tuesday, January 31st for an in-depth, inspiring conversation on … Read More

Progress Made for NY-SNAP Recipients; Biodiversity and Farming; Carageenan Banned From Organic; New Globe Maps

NYC supermarket to introduce bonus program for SNAP recipients Last Thursday, New York’s Industrial Development Agency approved a series of tax incentives that would incentivize fruit and vegetable buying for shoppers who pay for them with SNAP benefits. That is, the … Read More

Tell the Senate: Don’t Let Monsanto Run the EPA; Demand the Truth: Labeling Animal Welfare; Support the OCA; Tell the EPA: NO Dumping in Puget Sound

Tell the Senate: Don’t Let Monsanto Run the USDA and EPA!  Since the new elect President, most of us will agree that the job now is to try to keep as many of “Monsanto’s minions” as possible from winning positions in the USDA, … Read More

Glyphosate is Deadly; Grow More Organic; Mobilize for Renewables

Ban Glyphosate NOW Since the FDA’s recent suspension of testing our food for the toxic chemical, glyphosate, (and the alarming results that glyphosate residues were actually high in foods like cookies, crackers, and cereal!!!) it is more crucial and relevant … Read More

iEat Green is Celebrating Mother Earth at Terra Madre! Chef Michael Anthony Joins iEat Green on the Progressive Radio Network

Hi All, When you read this, I will be in Turin, Italy, at the 2016 International Slow Food Conference called Terra Madre and Saloné del Gusto. I have been here before, but this time, instead of the whole conference being … Read More


or subscribe via RSS Feed

Archives

iEatGreen Supports The Work of Long Island Green Homes

Get a free home energy audit by filling out the webform here.