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Common Ground
Country Fair

September 23, 24 & 25, 2016

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Fish swim slower if parents exposed to flame retardant
Environmental Health News - 1/29/2013.
Synopsis by Craig Butt and Wendy Hessler - Young zebrafish exposed to flame retardants through their mothers swam up to 60 percent slower and had reduced gene expression important for nervous system development. In natural settings, slower swimmers are easier targets for predators. A new study is unique because it shows in fish that exposure to PBDEs, found in some furniture and electronics, can lead to developmental and behavioral changes in their offspring.
Melissa’s believes organic category will grow tremendously in future
The Produce News - 1/29/2013.
Melissa’s World Variety Produce in Los Angeles is feeling a definite increase in organic sales as the economy takes its slow turn upward, Robert Schueller, director of public relations for the company, said.
The secret to the sharing economy: ‘You don’t want the drill - you want the hole’
Grist - 1/29/2013.
By Greg Hanscom - Neal Gorenflo is founder and editor of Shareable, a website dedicated to promoting the sharing economy in all its forms, from car sharing to tool lending libraries and even pet sharing.
B&Q and Wickes pledge to withdraw products harmful to bees
The Guardian [UK] - 1/29/2013.
By Fiona Harvey - B&Q and Wickes, two of the best known names in garden centres and DIY, said on Tuesday they would remove products containing neonicotinoids. These chemicals, commonly used as pesticides, have been suspected for years of harming bees, but were identified this year as having a devastating effect on the pollinators.
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