Tag Archives: health

ECOachella

That time of year has come again, which marks the blossoming spring weather for most of the country and, of course, the migration of indie, rock and hip hop music lovers to Coachella Valley for the infamous annual music festival. People come to Coachella to rock out to some of their favorite artists from Jurassic […]

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A Crude Liability

On Friday March 29th, 2013 … The central Arkansas spill caused by Exxon’s aging Pegasus pipeline released barrels of Canadian heavy crude, but a technicality says it’s not oil – letting the energy giant off the hook from paying into a national cleanup fund. Legally speaking, diluted bitumen like the heavy crude that’s overrun Mayflower, […]

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Name that Tomato

Organic offers an opportunity to avoid artificial preservatives and pesticides while producing produce in an earth friendly way. Whether your providing a healthier alternative for your household, supporting the local economy or just trying something new its important to understand the rotten truth about reading labels. Labels are an important way to identify a product, […]

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Thanks for Staying

In the spirit of using less fuel and supporting local farms and food artisans, we challenge you to try a 100-mile Thanksgiving. A 100-mile Thanksgiving uses ingredients sourced from within 100 miles of your dinner table. Think of it as an opportunity to celebrate local food, rather than an obligation to source every last ingredient […]

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