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The average American uses about 2,200 gallons per day.
Find out how you compare and what you can do to shrink your water footprint!
Since 2003, The Meatrix has educated over 30 million consumers about the problems caused by factory farms. A decade later, it's the same fight, with new fronts. Watch and share!
With so many considerations to weigh when you look for fish caught or farmed sustainably, you may feel overwhelmed. Here are resources to help navigate the seemingly countless seafood choices out there.
Here are tips to help you shrink your water footprint. The recommendations on this list are just a start in an effort to save more water.
We highlight the connections among food, water and energy, promoting a sustainable future through our projects including:
While many curse this juicy green as a weed, adding purslane to your kitchen arsenal brings a tart and lemony flavor to salads, sauces, stews and more - perfect for the start of summer.
Amazon’s move into the grocery marketplace signals that the giant appears poised to realign consumer habits around how we buy quinoa, cereal and meat in precisely the same way it changed the way we buy books, clothes and detergent. Is this a good thing - or a bad thing?
Kendra Ellis is the 22-year-old manager of the East New York Farms! Youth Farm, farming under an acre of land in East New York. We caught up with Kendra to learn more about her journey to become a young farmer in Brooklyn and about East New York Farms!.
Has the water in your swimming hole gone green with gunk? Chances are that you’re witnessing a harmful algal bloom, which is a serious problem throughout the US and the world. Our new Algal Doom series explores what algal blooms are, why they’re bad and what they’re caused by (hint: conventional ag and CAFOs are just two of the causes).
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