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10/31/16
This articles was originally published by Amy Higgins, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's Communities & Banking . Hunger affects over 48 million Americans, and more than half of the counties with the highest rates of food insecurity are rural. Food insecurity is defined as limited or uncertain food availability or ability to obtain nutritionally adequate and safe foods. 1 Data provided by
10/27/16
This post, written by Faye Conte, was reposted from Vermont Farm to Plate Features . This October, New England’s food co-ops are joining more than 30,000 co-ops and credit unions across the United States in celebrating the many ways that co-operatives help to build strong communities as part of National Co-op Month. Food co-ops share a commitment to offering quality, healthy food, and many
10/11/16
This was originally published on Wednesday, October 05, 2016 on SeafoodSource.com by Cliff White, Editor. U.S. President Barack Obama has announced his choices to be the first ever “Champions of Change for Sustainable Seafood.” The special awards, established this year as a way to “honor America’s fishers and our coastal communities for their efforts… [in leading] the way to the United States
10/6/16
For those of us working to make the food system more just and sustainable, the idea that we might encounter a problem or two along the way is so obvious and banal that it doesn’t merit mention. Clearly there are barriers, chasms even, that stand in the way; otherwise we wouldn’t need to do this work. But the notion that we grapple with wicked problems brings in an entirely new dimension to our
9/29/16
This post originally appeared on the Transition Wayland blog . To read other posts in this series, click here and scroll down. All the folks in my household enjoyed the Omnivore's Delight Diet Challenge. Turns out we didn't have to change our eating habits much - only our shopping habits. Still it was an interesting and inspiring exercise that can take the dread out of changing one's food culture

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