With time on our hands and food scarcity looming in the near future, there’s no better time than to grow a food garden.
Happy International Year of Pulses! Read below to find out why they are so great for you and for the planet. How many pulses have you experimented with growing on your yardfarm?
Food hubs and schools come together to form a great local food initiative!
Looking for a children’s book that actually celebrates sustainable farming and reveals the problems with modern farming? Look no further than Farmer Phil’s Permaculture.
To create a more sustainable food system, perhaps we need to develop an “ecology of eating,” and return to eating what we can grow ourselves.
A project called Plant Chicago is integrating “local” into the circular economy concept.
Can you imagine walking down the street in your hometown and there is fresh fruits and vegetables available to you everywhere you go?
Learn what being a locavore means to the economy, the environment, your health, and your community.