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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.
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Dave Llewellyn is the Director of Farm Stewardship at Glynwood, a non-profit organization supporting food and farming professionals across New York’s Hudson Valley. Learn more about what inspires Dave, the advice he has for high school and college students interested in a career in farming and how Glynwood is responding to the challenge that climate change poses to agriculture in the Hudson Valley.
Evidence of the importance of reducing food waste continues to mount. With up to an estimated 40 percent of food in the US going to waste annually, researchers have now calculated the nutritional value of the wasted food.
"The Reducetarian Solution," Brian Kateman’s new book about eating less meat, is a collection of essays about how large-scale, factory-farmed meat production is hard on the planet, bad for health and causes animal suffering. At an upcoming summit, Kateman and other leaders of the reducetarian movement will explore how individuals, organizations, communities and societies can work to decrease meat consumption.
Well over a quarter of a million farms were lost in the 1980s Farm Crisis, and with them went businesses and eventually whole communities. A new short documentary film produced by Farm Aid tells the story of the farmer advocates who learned the law and fought the foreclosures, helping an untold number of farmers stay on their land.
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