Monthly Archives: October 2011

Sustainable Humans

Let’s talk about sustainability. It’s not just about minimizing the impact on the environment so that there is still a livable planet for generations to come. No, the concept has a much bigger sense of longevity and of perpetuating the … Continue reading

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Food: The Great Divide

Food – we eat it to stay alive. That logically means we should be putting things into our bodies that promote health. Our relationship with food should be transactional in nature: we eat in exchange for the right amount the … Continue reading

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Is Your Farmer the Enemy?

I recently read an article in The New York Times about the newly formed U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance. It got me thinking about the public image of the farmer. The article implies that the local, organic movement has given … Continue reading

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