Join Cornell University’s Upcoming Online Course “This course, taught by experienced beekeepers and the NYS Honey Bee Extension Associate will give you real-world experiences paired with academic concepts.” Join Laura Biasillo, Agricultural Economic Development Specialist for Cornell Cooperative Extension of … Read More
Posts tagged: farmers
3rd Annual LIRSC Seed Swap saturday february 11, 2017 @Suffolk County Community College, Riverhead Campus 121 Speonk Riverhead Rd, Riverhead, NY 12pm – 4pm Visit online here for volunteer opportunities and more details about talks, sponsors, and presentations!
Growing Organic Just Got Easier, maybe?; Trump’s Wall Could Cause Food System to Suffer; The Future or Dairy Farmers; Gene Editing Could Be Easier Than Microsoft; Urban Forests Rising; Animal Welfare Builds Support; Food Stamps Go Online
Growing Organic Just Got Easier, but can we trust it? We can’t believe everything we hear. As I always say, you need to follow the money! The Organic Trade Association, which is an organization that was set up to help … Read More
iEat Green Hosts the Massapequa Girl Scouts; The Food and Film Feast at UUCSR; and Junie Moon on the Progressive Radio Network!
Hi Everyone, As every week passes by, it seems that each one just folds into the other, with very little separation as to where one starts and one ends. This week, I had the pleasure of hosting a Girl Scout … Read More
EPA Assisting Rural Communities to Develop Healthy Places; October is National Farm to School Month; Student Outshines Cornell’s Ties to Monsanto
EPA Assisting Rural Communities to Participate in ‘Rural Advantage’ Programs The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has invited rural communities to apply for planning assistance of subsidized programs that will improve economic and environmental conditions, per the ‘Rural Advantage’ initiative enacted by the Obama Administration. This opportunity is meant … Read More
iEat Green: Back from Terra Madre; Bhavani’s Meeting with Chef Davide Scabin at Combal.Zero; Janine Mori Talks about Longevity with Bhavani on PRN
Hi Everybody, I just returned from Terra Madre, the International Slow Food event in Turin, Italy, that brings together farmers, fisherman, chefs, food activists, small producers, experts, and indigenous peoples from around the world, who share a common desire to … Read More
In the News: Slow Food “Give What You Can Day”; May All Americans Eat Good Food; Greenmarket Food Hub Reaches the Bronx; Technology That Tracks Seafood
Slow Food, “Give What You Can,” is September 15th This Thursday, September 15th, is “Give What You Can Day” and, for this day only, you can become a member for one year with Slow Food USA for less (or more!) … Read More