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2018 is the Year to Rise and Regenerate; Trump Opens Up Our Shores to Oil Drilling

Local Consumers Can Support Our Rise to Regenerate Our Earth In response to the predominant support for industrial agriculture whether it be Big Ag and Food stakeholders or the politicians who cozy up in their back pocket, even consumers like … Read More

iEat Green Struggles to Stay Optimistic in Today’s Political Climate; Join Us in Bringing a Holiday Meal to Those In Need; Annie Novak from Eagle Street Rooftop Farm, Joins Bhavani on PRN

Hi Everyone, I wake up every morning to The Morning Edition on NPR, and I think I might need to re-evaluate that. I start the day depressed, before I even get out of bed! I’m half kidding, because I am … Read More

Oregon Congressman Fosters New Farm Bill; NAFTA Renegotiations Critical to Family Farmers and the Planet; Soil Matters More Than We Think; NOFA’s First Holiday Auction Online

A Radical Farm Bill is Born by Civil Eats “Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) has worked for years to move the needle on food and farm policy. In June of this year, along with Rep. John Conyers, Jr. (D-MI), he introduced legislation to … Read More

October 29: Food and Water Watch Sandy 5 Remembrance and Call to Action

Five years ago, Superstorm Sandy devastated Long Island, with many families and communities still recovering from the impact. On the anniversary, you can honor their suffering and rally with Food and Water Watch to demand elected officials take action to … Read More

Sandy 5 March and Remembrance; Friends of the Earth; Support Environmental Working Group

“Communities across the city will remember, resist, and rise together.” On October 28th, you have a chance to assemble and march over the Brooklyn Bridge, and then rally at the Alfred E. Smith Houses in Manhattan. More details here.  Sandy 5 March … Read More

Harvey Affecting Hunger; The Microwave Turns 50; Prejudice Against Obesity; Dance Away Food Waste

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What Has Harvey Done for the Anti-Hunger Relief Groups Now anti-hunger groups are taking advantage of Harvey’s disastrous impact to Houston’s greatly impoverished communities, asking for more donations and financial support in order to provide hunger relief to those most … Read More

iEat Green is Focusing Inward; Laura Shapiro, Food Historian Joins Bhavani on PRN!

Hi Everyone, As summer comes to an end, and life takes on new beginnings, I wish you all a wonderful journey in what ever you choose to pursue! Life can be so busy and it’s easy for me to feel … Read More

Keep the Soil, Not the Grass; Artists’ Share More Than Fruit; Healthy School Food is Here to Stay; NY Fast-Food Workers Make Political Gains; Nestle Comments to Protect Food Safety

U.S. Pays Farmers Billions To Save The Soil. But It’s Blowing Away – NPR, the Salt In recent years, dust storms have returned, driven mainly by drought. But, according to rural residents and others, farmers are “making the problem worse by … Read More

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