When you think about making a switch to a local, sustainable, organic diet, does it seem overwhelming? Well, don't worry! We will help you find answers that work for your family and lifestyle.
Before industrial agriculture and CAFOs, before processed foods and TV dinners - people ate real food. But now industrial agriculture has taken over our food supply. Do you know how it is impacting your health?
A good understanding of the basics of nutrition is an important part of maintaining optimal health. And it need not be complicated! Like Michael Pollan says, "Eat food, not too much, mostly plants."
Going meatless once a week may reduce your risk of chronic preventable conditions and help reduce your carbon footprint -saving precious resources like fresh water and fossil fuel.
From antibiotic resistance to arsenic contamination, learn how industrial agriculture threatens public health.
Sustainably raised meat is fantastic; it tastes great, it’s produced without destroying the environment or threatening public health, and its sale supports responsible farmers who choose to use sound agricultural practices.