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7/13/17
Whitney Wright As we age, the nutritional requirements of our body become different than when we were younger. Since the lean body mass and basal metabolic rate decreases with age, the energy requirement according to the body weight is also reduced. However, this doesn’t mean that older people have to eat less. It means that their requirement for some nutrients might decrease, while the need for
7/7/17
This 43rd annual 3-day celebration (August 11-13, 2017 in Amherst, MA) brings together organic farmers, gardeners, growers, landscapers, and eaters from across the Northeast to share their inspiration and ideas for organic food, farming, health, activism, and beyond. The organic movement has been a constant force for innovation and progress in food production models that are environmentally and
6/30/17
This post was originally published by the Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund . The Rooted in Vermont grassroots movement celebrates how all Vermonters acquire and enjoy local food and intends to increase consumer demand so more Vermont food can be available and accessible where most Vermonters shop Montpelier, VT – Vermonters were farming, gardening, fishing, and hunting long before there were craft
6/30/17
This post was originally published on the NH Food Alliance website . It's already feels like summer outside, but the Action Teams have diligently working to implement their respective action plans. Look below to see what each of the teams has been up to. Education The Education Action Team has recently focused its efforts on reviewing the processes and strategies outlined in the Vermont Farm to
6/15/17
This post originally appeared on the Interaction Institute for Social Change blog . “Life moves toward other life… If we trusted more in these cohering motions, we could move into an essential role … supporting the system to explore new connections, new information, new ways of being. It means focusing on opening the system in all ways.” Margaret Wheatley and Myron Kellner-Rogers, a simpler way

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