Eating Seasonal

Warmer temperatures bring with them that familiar but distant ease to life — more daylight hours, fewer buttons to button and headwear to adorn before opening the front door and stepping casually into the sunshine. Spring comes around to remind us that being outside is a privilege and not a punishment. With winter well behind […]

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New Kind of Farmers

When Anna Clements, of Clementine’s Produce and Provisions, walked into a local store in Gretna, Neb., an elderly man leaned over and asked if she was one of “those new kind of farmers.” She figures her dirty overalls and rubber boots gave her away. That, and the fact that she is a woman. “Well, yes, […]

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Approval of Stamps

At the end of the film Food, Inc. , white words flash onto and fade into a black screen. The words, simple but poignant and, in some ways, naïve, encourage communities to advocate for the use of Food Stamps, now called EBTs or SNAP benefits, at Farmer’s Markets. The concept is a good first step […]

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