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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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13 Quotes That Make a Compelling Case to Go Vegan

Posted by Nature's Path on October 04, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

Curious about becoming vegan? There are so many benefits to following a vegan diet. It's better for our planet, the animals, and our bodies! Here are 13 quotes to convince you in the case against...

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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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How to Do a Walking Meditation: The Antidote to Burnout

Posted by Erin Urton on September 20, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability
Feeling jacked-up, over-worked, overwhelmed, burned-out?
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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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