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Final post, but the journey does not stop here

I feel like this should be the soundtrack to my final blog post of the semester and for Prof Davis’s sake, I will try and keep it short. I was glad to choose the local food movement because there were … Continue reading

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Advocacy Event- With Photos!

Here are some wonderful pictures from last Saturday’s Friendly City Co-op tour. It was a time and a half so let’s re-cap the afternoon with a picture diary…. Here is an information table. Tri-folds, pamphlets, flyers… Good stuff- pretty much … Continue reading

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Vegan/vegetarian/ovo-vegitarian wtf?!?!?!? is going on here

So in my last post, I took a look at an article that was published by a vegan organization of some kind. I took the time to critique their article because I thought they were missing the BIG PCTURE of … Continue reading

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“Greener” Eggs and Ham?

Awesome title. I am so jealous I did not think of this for my blog title but like I have said before, haters are gonna hate and slaters are gonna slate. Kudos to whoever came up with that title, I … Continue reading

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Response to “locavores” from the NYT

You have to love the wonderful people at the New York Times. Their columnists are sooooooooooo right about everythingggggggg (I hope you can sense my sarcasm). I’m about to wax on for quiteee a bit so strap in. All of … Continue reading

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King Corn

There is another documentary that is (somewhat) worth watching. King Corn, which is available for free on Netflix, details two men’s journey to plant one acre of corn. Compared to other documentaries, it is slow and probably 20 minutes too … Continue reading

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Factory Farm vs Family Farm

Here is a nice breakdown of the issues pertaining to health, antibiotics, environment, animal waste, soils, hormones, genetics, fuel, transportation, animal welfare, and employee working conditions between family/small scale and factory farms. This is the breakdown of everything I could … Continue reading

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