If you live in a cold winter climate, you may think eating local in the winter means a lot of jarred, canned, frozen and dehydrated food.
While preserving food is part of a well stocked winter pantry, you can grow your own fresh food in the winter as well. Here are some of our favorite gardening and preserving techniques and tips for cold winter climates.
Interview With Mark Shepard of New Forest Farm Working with and within nature using perennial food crops and restoration agriculture.
Mark Shepard has created something of an environmental oasis at his Wisconsin homestead, New Forest Farm. Shepar...
What Is Organic Meat?
Some shoppers mistakenly assume the organic label assures the highest standard of nutrition, humane treatment of animals and sound ecological practices.
Applying organic standards to meat productio...
Shifting the Way We Eat Meat Modern menus shifting focus to vegetables
Wall Street Journal
Anchoring a plate with a massive hunk of animal protein is so last century. But let’s face it: Vegetarianism isn’t for everyone. Increas...