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How to Counter Trump’s Disastrous Attack on Our Public Lands

This post was originally published on this site By Randi Spivak Slashing two national monuments in Utah may have received the most attention, but Trump’s Interior Department and U.S. Forest Service have been quietly, systematically ceding control of America’s public… Continue Reading →

For a Sustainable Climate and Food System, Regenerative Agriculture Is the Key

This post was originally published on this site By Kristin Ohlson From where I stand inside the South Dakota cornfield I was visiting with entomologist and former USDA scientist Jonathan Lundgren, all the human-inflicted traumas to Earth seem far away…. Continue Reading →

Everyone Knows the Benefits of Meal-Sharing. Here’s How to Actually Do It

This post was originally published on this site By Yasmeen Wafai Busy schedules, rifts in the family and long commutes can all be factors that prevent families from sharing a meal together. But research shows a shared meal can be… Continue Reading →

The Kitchen as Classroom: How Food Helps Students Learn Leadership

This post was originally published on this site By Zenobia Jeffries Warfield With the Detroit Food Academy, there’s no such thing as too many cooks in the kitchen. The students in this program designed to introduce them to the food… Continue Reading →

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