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Imbalanced Carbon Cycles: How Organic Can Help

Posted by Jean Nick on July 11, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

One of the biggest (if not the biggest) challenges facing humanity today is the increasing instability of the global climate. Much of this instability is due to increasing levels of carbon dioxide...

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The Food Waste Problem & What You Can Do

Posted by Nan Fischer on July 04, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability
If you’re reading this, you likely have a certain degree of awareness about food waste. Being the kind of person who clicks on an article titled: “The Food Waste Problem & What You Can Do”,...
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Top 5 Easiest Canadian Parks to Visit

Posted by Courtney Sunday on June 29, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

Everybody loves a free workout. I know that when I hear “complimentary yoga class!” I am much less discerning than when I have to cough up twenty bucks. The best cost free Canadian workout can...

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Best Canadian Parks For Hiking Novices

Posted by Courtney Sunday on June 28, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

If I were to write an article for hiking experts, my friends would laugh at me. This would be warranted for many reasons, including the fact that I was born in Toronto and that I brought a...

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Where Are They Now: Past Gardens for Good Grant Recipients

At Nature’s Path, propelling the organic food movement forward is at the root of everything that we stand for. Cultivating a community garden takes a village and of course, tender love and care....

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Spring 2017: Organic and GMO News from around the Globe

Posted by Jean Nick on June 22, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

The last year has been an active one for organic and GMO legislation around the globe. Here are some of the top stories I've been watching:

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Our Soils are in Trouble and Organic Farming Can Help

Posted by Sarah West on June 22, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

Our soils are declining and the current stats don’t look good. It takes at least 100 years for one inch of topsoil to form, while conventional farming – the largest single driver of soil...

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The Palm Oil Debate: What You Need to Know

Palm oil, organic or not, has become one of the most hotly contested ingredients widely available today. You can find palm oil or palm oil derivatives in your pantry, freezer and fridges, in your...

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Sustainability Spotlight: Gary Paul Nabhan

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

Sustainable agriculture needs doers – people out there building soil, repairing habitat, conserving water, sowing and harvesting and sowing again – and it needs thinkers. These big-picture-seers...

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8 Benefits of Farmers' Market Shopping

Posted by Darcy Smith on June 02, 2017 under Organic News & Sustainability

Farmers' markets are about people who love food, growers and eaters alike. If this seems broad, it should. Those abundant tables bearing fresh fruits and veggies are the bridge between farm and...

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