CSA program delivers locally grown produce to students
Joan Norman, owner of One Straw Farm, spoke about the Community Supported Agriculture initiative yesterday. One Straw Farm is the largest certified organic vegetable farm in Md. One Straw Farm, owned by Norman and her husband, Drew Norman, supplies families, restaurants and wholesalers with the finest certified-organic produce.
Source: The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Organic grocery gives students flexible off-campus meal options
“Healthy food and a healthy planet.” This is Whole Foods’ motto, and I for one have been a huge fan of the grocery store chain that promotes healthy, organic and sustainable foods. Oftentimes...
Fairfield Library to hold horticultural program
Fairfield Public Library's Woods Branch , in partnership with Fairfield Organic Teaching Farm, will launch its new Seed-To- Seed Library April 13 at 7 p.m. at the Pequot Library , 720 Pequot Ave. Doors...
Spring brings increase in local and organic produce
Find out what produce to buy and what to avoid when eating organic on a budget.
Could a Mobile Lunch Program Work?
Organic Soup Kitchen and Casa Esperanza seek alternative to centralized free lunch on Milpas corridor.
Growing food locally to save the planet
While determining a dedicated site for its operations, the Fairfield Organic Teaching Farm has been busy offering interactive programs to the community.
Songstress, students enjoy organic lesson plan
Children dance along to a performance by Wendy Hersh during an assembly held at Tesoro del Valle Elementary School in Santa Clarita on Friday.
Field Park students preparing organic garden
Field Park Elementary School is working with Whole Foods Market Hinsdale to create an organic community garden that will launch this spring.
Like Music, Gardening Makes Better Students
What a great story. Nothing helps the planet more than people growing their own food, so teaching youngsters about it makes sense for their future. And learning first hand about science and work is...
I can certify my own produce
The NY Times reports more problems with organic certification from China (surprise, surprise), this time a case of conflict of interest by the Organic Crop Improvement Association, which used employees...