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Sometimes changes in industry practices come from within the industry, sometimes they comes from regulation and sometimes they come from consumer demand. Interesting examples of how these different sources of change shake out can be found within the dairy industry. This week’s Eco News looks into these situations in the dairy industry and others.
Those living in small spaces or cold places can grow their own food with indoor gardening! Reap a harvest right from your kitchen or living room with these tips for indoor growing conditions and easy-to-grow plant varieties.
While you may agree with one of our staff, who said Valentine’s Day (the holiday responsible for the sale of 58 million pounds of chocolate) is "mostly a lamentable shakedown perpetuated to promote superfluous consumption," we also know you probably care a lot about chocolate. So here are the details!
California is a major agricultural state. California is also a major oil-producing state. And never the twain shall meet, right? Not quite, and the use of recycled oil field wastewater as irrigation water for food crops has raised concerns about their coexistence.