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Purslane – Let your weeds grow and your soul glow.

August 11, 2011


I love eating weeds. It is free, super healthy and effortless to grow them.  Buying them from a fancy schmancy specialty market is usually very pricey. Early this year, I pulled out an evergreen shrub that was lining my driveway, leaving behind a brown dirt strip of decomposing mulch. I’m sure the neighbors were expecting […]

Want to Help Ban Fracking in New Jersey?

July 22, 2011


The state legislature has passed S2576, a bill that will make NJ the first state in the country to ban fracking, helping to protect NJ’s drinking water supplies from this risky practice. It is now Governor Christie’s job to sign the bill into law.             Food & Water suggests:  […]

Howling Wolf Farm Open House and Potluck – Saturday, July 9th

June 28, 2011


You are invited to Howling Wolf Farm for a farm open house: with a farm tour, pastured poultry tour, wild plant walk, and lacto-fermentation demonstration. Please be ready to hike through the pastures. Hope you can stay for the potluck — please bring a dish to share, plus a picnic blanket or camp chair. Saturday, […]

May – Sustainability Events in NY, NJ & Washington, DC

May 10, 2011


Moving Towards Sustainability Book Club / Potluck Tues, May 10, 7pm 317 Massachusetts Ave, Haworth 07641 Book: Harmony: A New Way of Looking at Our World by HRH The Prince of Wales Please share potluck & discussion even if you haven’t finished the book. More info: Traditional Super Foods: Ancient Wisdom, Modern Research with […]

GMOs are inferior by design – The terminator gene and other reasons to avoid GMOs at all costs

May 10, 2011


If you shop brand name foods at brand name supermarkets, then Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) are in 90% of your food. Top Reasons to avoid GMO foods at all cost: * Evil Terminator Gene * Causes death, cancer and deformities when tested on lab animals * Kills farmers, literally * Pollutes the environment – cides, […]