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Gardening for Native Bees

Posted by Nan Fischer on August 13, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

The worldwide decline of pollinators has been in the news for several years. Pesticides, habitat loss, disease, parasites, and climate change are taking a toll on their population.

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How Small Farms are Feeding the World

Posted by Jean Nick on August 09, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

In the April 2017 issue of The Lancet: Planetary Health, researchers from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) in Australia report that small (defined here as...

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The Rise of Organic Food & How You Can Add to the Momentum

Posted by Jeffrey Harrison on August 08, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

The choices we make at the grocery store extend far beyond how we satisfy our cravings and fill our bellies. For far too long, Westerners have been choosing food with an endless number of impacts...

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60+ Nature's Path Products with Low Sodium

Posted by Nature's Path on August 08, 2017 under Healthy Food & Recipes

Our latest blog post proves that a low sodium diet is more important now than ever before. Excess sodium intake contributes to a number of health problems, such as osteoporosis and hypertension....

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Your Guide to a Low Sodium Diet

Posted by Kate Barrington on August 04, 2017 under Healthy Food & Recipes

Do you feel like you are constantly thirsty? Do you feel bloated or swollen in different parts of your body? Do you experience stomach cramps, vomiting, or diarrhea? If you answered “yes” to any...

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11 Organic Gardening Tips for August

Posted by Nan Fischer on August 03, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

The heat is on! August brings those lazy, sultry days that make September such a treat. However, this is not the month to be idle! Shorter days mean plant growth is slowing, but their maturity and...

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Breakfast Cereals Around The World

Posted by Courtney Sunday on August 01, 2017 under Healthy Food & Recipes

This June, I traveled to Sweden - one of my favorite countries. I immediately started buying bread at different bakeries. A friend of mine that I was staying with watched me devour slice after...

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Irrigation Systems for Your Garden

Posted by Nan Fischer on July 30, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

Plants, like humans, need water to survive. If you're a new gardener, upon planning your garden you need to figure out a way to irrigate it. You can water by hand if you don’t have a large garden,...

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How To Make the Perfect Smoothie Bowl

Posted by Dara Sutin on July 28, 2017 under Healthy Food & Recipes

If we’ve learned anything from our Instagram feed lately, it’s that smoothie bowls have become extremely popular. They are having an "it" moment in the healthy food world, and for good reason....

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How Organic Farming Supports the Paris Climate Agreement

Posted by Sarah West on July 25, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

As with any kind of budget, spending that exceeds your resources eventually means finding ways to cut back. The Paris Climate Agreement, written in 2015, was like the first draft of a household...

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