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iEat Green is Cooking Up a Storm! A Call for New Slow Food Board Members! Ignite Fire and Fury! NOFA-NY’s Winter Conference is Coming Up! Micaela Colley, from the Organic Seed Alliance Joins Bhavani on PRN

Hi Everyone, It is so good to be back after last weeks snow storm. This is the first time in all of my years with the Progressive Radio Network that we had to close due to snow. Anyway, I’m happy … Read More

Economists Join Public Opinion That Arctic Drilling is a Bad Idea; Soybean Yields More Harm than Good; Web Portal Crowdsourcing Food Poison Reports; Reject the Anti-Farm and Food Tax Bill;

Economists Join the Fight Against Drilling in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge “Big Oil always talks about ANWR being the “holy grail” of Arctic drilling that will bring untold riches, but the reality is likely to be very different. In October, … Read More

iEat Green Gathers Coats for the Big Day! Thanksgiving Sign Up is Almost Full! Eric Holt-Giménez, Author of “A Foodie’s Guide to Capitalism” Joins Bhavani on PRN

Hi Everyone, We are down to the wire and everything is falling into place for our Thanksgiving Feast for the Less Fortunate. The sign-up for shifts is almost full (you are all amazing!) with only a few spots open, so … Read More

iEat Green Shares Interview with Susan Futrell, Author of Good Apples

Hi All, My interview last Thursday with Susan Futrell, author of Good Apples; Behind Every Bite, was so informative and delightful. Susan is a life long supporter of organic foods and has been working with non profits and food businesses … Read More

Food Shortages and World Hunger; Fiber Hijacked by Big Food; Musk Brother Invests in Food; New Legislation Hampers DEA From Cracking Down on Opiates;

Rice and Beans: $1.20 in New York, $73 in Haiti “The United Nations World Food Programme just released a report on the cost, relative to average income, of a basic meal such as rice and beans in 33 countries. Someone living in … Read More

April 27: The Impact of New York City’s School Gardens

The Impact of New York City’s School Gardens April 27 @ 8:30 AM – 10:15 AM Hunter College, Silberman Building @119th Street/3rd, Second floor auditorium, 2180 Third Avenue at 119th Street New York, NY United States + Google Map Food … Read More

NYC Good Food Incubators; Tackling Food Waste; Trans Fat Ban Improves NYC Public Health; Slow Food Preserves Indigenous Products; NY Sun Works Greenhouse Project Ultimate Success

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Five Incubators Innovating NYC Food Policy FoodFutureCo was named by the New York City Food Policy Center as 1 of 5 incubators innovating the food system! Other incubators include Brooklyn FoodWorks, Chobani Food Incubator, Bronx Cookspace, and HBK Incubates. Read more about their missions … Read More

April 5-7: Farm to Institution Summit Conference

The 2017 New England Farm to Institution Summit will bring together more than 500 people who are leveraging the power of schools, colleges, hospitals and other institutions to transform our food system.   When: Wed/Thurs, April 5-7, all-day Where:DoubleTree by Hilton, … Read More


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