By Melody Meyer, Vice President of Policy and Industry Relations, United Natural Foods Incorporated (UNFI) The media has been abuzz with news of the government shutdown and the blame game is exuberant on both sides of the aisle. In 2011, … Continued
Winter squash recipes from our Agriculture Supported Communities program.
By Rick Tanner, Vice President of Marketing at Nestlé Waters North America Just a few weeks back, Nestle Waters North America CEO Tim Brown shared the stage with First Lady Michelle Obama and a dozen other public and private sector partners … Continued
By Chris West, ASC intern We all are familiar with the fact that the Native Americans were excellent hunter-gatherers, probably from our middle school textbooks. But, most of us were not informed of their laissez-faire system of symbiotic agricultural. What … Continued
By Martin Ping, Executive Director at Hawthorne Valley Association Recently, I was filling out a form where I was asked for my ethnic origin. As I scanned through the list of choices I decided on “other” in deference to recent … Continued
By Susan A. Schneider, Director of LL.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law at Arkansas School of law and contributor to the Agricultural Law blog. On September 16, the Centers for Disease Control issued its report, Antibiotic Resistance Threats in … Continued
Apple recipes from our Agriculture Supported Communities program.
By Anna Lappé When Bozo the Clown went off air in 1963, no one would have guessed the small-town television character would soon become the most famous clown in the world. But McDonald’s turned Bozo into Ronald McDonald, and today … Continued
By Coach Mark Smallwood Originally appeared at www.mariasfarmcountrykitchen.com Apples. Apples are the single most pesticide-contaminated produce item available at the grocery store. If you had to choose just one item from your grocery list to buy organic, make it organic … Continued
They say variety is the spice of life and, boy, do we have variety here in the Rodale Institute organic orchards. Some of our apples you’ll recognize as widely-available and familiar favorites, but some you will only find here. As … Continued