Thursday January 6, 2011
If you’ve started down the path of “greening” your home or making your lifestyle more eco-friendly you may have noticed how easy it is to get caught up in minutiae. Maybe you’ve faced dilemmas like, I
Tuesday November 10, 2009
This review is part of the Green Books campaign. Today 100 bloggers are reviewing 100 great books printed in an environmentally friendly way. Our goal is to encourage publishers to get greener and readers to take
Friday August 21, 2009
I mean Let Us Eat Local. It’s a gala event for Just Food, advocates for healthful, sustainable food access for all. Check it!
Tickets are now available for our second annual Let Us Eat Local Gala and
Tuesday July 21, 2009
Do you like food? Do you like food that’s healthful and sustainably produced? Want to get involved in shaping the way food is produced and distributed locally?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, come
Monday July 13, 2009
As someone who eats on a very regular basis, never in want of food, I cannot fathom what it is like to wonder where my next meal is coming from. When I am hungry, I go
Wednesday June 24, 2009
[Image: Green Brooklyn]
There’s a movement happening in this city right now to develop a strong localized food system. Urban farms, community gardens, backyards, and rooftops are the sites for productive vegetable gardens, chicken coops, and even
Tuesday June 23, 2009
If you care about food issues in NYC, here’s your chance to get involved!
Join us at two important City Council Hearings on food justice issues…today and tomorrow!
June 23rd Hearing on Food Access Disparities, 1pm
Today at 1pm
Wednesday April 15, 2009
Not exactly. This isn’t your abuela’s garden. The Garden follows a South Central LA community fighting to keep their 14-acre garden. The trailer alone was enough to get me riled up about the “powers that be.”
Wednesday March 25, 2009
More than exercise, nutrition dictates a person’s health and fitness level. Unfortunately, there is a frightening amount of inequality in access to healthful food. Here are some (NYC-centric) facts:
Residents in the poorest neighborhoods of NYC have