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Is Organic Farming Just a Trend?

Posted by Sarah West on October 20, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

Organic farming seems like it’s the cutting edge of agriculture – or just a marketing buzzword – but it’s actually a modern interpretation of traditional farming methods. Chemical-dependent...

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How Certified Organic Food is Regulated

Posted by Sarah West on October 19, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

It’s true - not all words that appear on food labels are legally defined or regulated. Terms like “natural,” “fresh,” and “local” are increasingly used (often without justification) to attract...

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9 Things You Can Do to Save the Environment

Posted by Courtney Sunday on October 17, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

I live in the US right now, and recent events led me to believe that I live in a bubble. No, not the bubble that had anything to do with the election (because frankly, I am sick and tired of...

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The Most Effective Ways You Can Fight Climate Change (That Your Government May Not Be Telling You About)

Posted by Jean Nick on September 28, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

In early 2017, two researchers from Canada and Sweden published a paper which discussed a few of the things individuals can do to decrease their greenhouse gas emissions.

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Your Most Common Questions & Concerns About Organic Food - Answered!

Posted by Nature's Path on September 26, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

At Nature's Path, we're fiercely passionate about organic food and farming. This method of growing and producing food helps to foster both healthy people and a healthy planet. It helps us fulfill...

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How Organic Farming is Reinventing Wheat (In a Good Way)

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

Western civilizations owe a great deal to wheat — its domestication was part of what spurred the rise of agriculture 30,000 years ago, and its nutrient density literally kept the peasant class...

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Sustainability Spotlight: The Bread Lab

Posted by Sarah West on September 14, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

When most of us think of wheat country, we imagine the nation’s heartland – broad, flat, and covered in swaying grass as far as the eye can see. Not in Washington State’s Skagit Valley. Here,...

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How Organic Farming Protects and Conserves Clean Water

Posted by Jean Nick on September 13, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

Limited water resources and clean water security are the greatest risks to prosperity currently facing the global community, according to Giulio Boccaletti (Ph.D, The Nature Conservancy’s Global...

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How To Recycle (Almost) Everything

Posted by Courtney Sunday on September 07, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

I used to live in Switzerland, a country where recycling is so lauded that inhabitants have to pay quite a bit for garbage bags. When you are shelling out a pretty penny for a thick grey garbage...

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Food Waste Innovations Around the World

Posted by Courtney Sunday on September 05, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

We chop the good parts of the vegetables and discard the rest. We forget about the food at the back of our refrigerators until it gets funky (to say the least). We buy again and again, out of...

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