This coming Saturday on September 23rd, the Farm Aid 2023 Festival will be held on the first day of autumn in Noblesville (Hamilton County), Indiana near Indianapolis at the Ruoff Music Center, the third time that Farm Aid has brought its festival to Farm Aid co-founder John … [Read more...] about Bountiful CSA Farm Shares As Farm Aid 2023 Concert On First Day Of Autumn Nears
GrowNYC, which operates 70+ open air farmers markets in the great metropolis was formed over 50 years ago with the inspiring mission "to improve New York City's quality of life through environmental programs that transform communities . . . and empower New Yorkers to secure a … [Read more...] about Union To Negotiate On Behalf Of GrowNYC’s Employees At Its 70+ Open Air Farmers Markets & Hopefully Without Upsetting The Apple Cart
Fifty-three years ago on April 22, 1970, environmental activists created Earth Day in response to the 1969 Santa Barbara oil well blow-out that spewed 3,000,000 gallons of oil off the California coast. An ecosystem of "amazing richness, amazing biodiversity, amazing biological … [Read more...] about Earth Day 2023: Staying Hopeful Despite The Steep Challenges
A gray and rainy day couldn't dampen the spirits of this first-time visitor to the Rodale Institute's farm, a destination for inspiration, in Kutztown (Berks County), Pennsylvania. Although its Visitor Center and Garden Store, located in a historic one-room schoolhouse, is open … [Read more...] about Rodale Institute Kicks Off The 2023 Season With An Open House at Its Visitor Center On Its 386-acre Farm In East Pennsylvania
On St. Patrick's Day seven years ago, we spotlighted in a post the insightful, yet sad, words of a memorable Irish fisherman, Joe Caufield (not "Caulfield" like the Catcher In The Rye's Holden Caulfield), who was the focus of the Perennial Plate short documentary Episode 168: … [Read more...] about Is It Possible To Fairly & Sustainably Source Fish From The World’s Seas?