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Spring Growth Conference

Seedling Production

Saturday, March 3, 2018
10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Common Ground Education Center, Unity, Maine
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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Is a new food policy on Obama’s list?
The New York Times - 12/24/2008.
From the moment it was clear that Barack Obama was going to be president, people who have dedicated their lives to changing how America eats thought they had found their St. Nicholas. It wasn’t long before the letters to Santa began piling up.
Fresh eggs, finances and fun: families flock to keep hens
The Guardian [UK] - 12/24/2008.
Urban henkeeping is on the rise, fuelled by the economic downturn and pressure on family budgets. It was a farm holiday in Wales that persuaded Vicki Gilmore from Edinburgh that it might be a good idea to keep her own hens. She bought three, named them Maisie, Milly, and Molly, and set up a coop in her garden.
Delectable food-politics books of '08: Vandana Shiva's Soil Not Oil
Grist - 12/24/2008.
A number of worthy food-politics books emerged this year, and over the next week I'll be posting reviews of the year's top ten. Today's is Vandana Shiva's Soil Not Oil: Environmental Justice in an Age of Climate Crisis.
Food, fuel and fiber? The challenge of using the earth to grow energy
WorldChanging - 12/22/2008.
By Alan Atkisson – In May of 2008, while visiting Jakarta, I came across a newspaper story about a protest there. Hundreds of people had gathered in front of the gates of a charitable NGO whose mission was to feed poor people. The NGO was simply unable to provide enough rice, tofu and other staples to meet the need.
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