Author Archives: Tereza Coraggio
American Inspiration: Go here to support their Indiegogo campaign. How Wolves Change Rivers: Soil Carbon Cowboys: SOIL CARBON COWBOYS from Peter Byck on Vimeo.
Monsanto vs Farmers from Mathieu Asselin on Vimeo.
Saving Wild Crop Seeds in Uganda:
Lakshman Singh’s ingenious method of rain water harvesting has made Laporia, a small village near Jaipur drought proof and poverty free. Starting in his home village, Singh has spread the idea to over 200 other villages benefitting more than 350000 … finish reading Restoring Rajasthan
Published on Friday, February 15, 2013 by Common Dreams Quinoa: To Buy or Not to Buy… Is This the Right Question? by Tanya Kerssen We’ve been hearing a lot about quinoa lately. While US consumers prize it as a delicious … finish reading The Quinoa Quandary
Detroit’s Good Food Cure –by Larry Gabriel, Yes Magazine, Oct 25, 2012 Weekend mornings are the busiest days of the week at D-Town Farm. That’s when up to 30 volunteers from across Detroit come out to till the earth and … finish reading Detroit Grows Food, not Cars
Sacramento, CA – Today, Assembly Bill 1616, the California Homemade Food Act, authored by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Los Angeles), passed the Assembly Floor by a bipartisan vote of 56-17. The Act, which would allow for the sale of certain homemade, … finish reading Cottage Law passes California House!
By Joel Salatin The following post originally appeared on the Polyface Farms Facebook page The recent editorial by James McWilliams, titled “The Myth of Sustainable Meat,” contains enough factual errors and skewed assumptions to fill a book, and normally I … finish reading Debunking the “Myth of Sustainable Meat”