Lorraine Buchana

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Keynote: The Great Challenge: Farming, Food and Climate Change

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SEED: The Untold Story - The Final Push

<i>SEED will reveal the awe, wonder and hidden beauty of seeds. Jon Betz '08/FAV, Director/Producer and his team have spent the last year filming an</i> …

The Week in Review: Get Crafty for Fall

Inside Flipboard / September 13, 2013<p>With fall breathing down on us, the season of stay-at-home, DIY goodness isn’t far behind. Why not assign …

ON HER OWN

After the sudden death of her father a woman struggles to save her farm and, ultimately, her family. | Check out 'ON HER OWN' on Indiegogo.

Whole Foods’ New Produce Ratings: Transparency Bears Fruit

Whole Foods Market (WFM) is again at the forefront of the movement for greater transparency in food production and processing. The supermarket chain …

With the deadline nearing for comments on proposed federal food safety rules that farmers and agricultural officials say could put

With the deadline nearing for comments on proposed federal food safety rules that farmers and agricultural officials say could put many small family …

New York's Looming Food Disaster

Parry Bay Sheep Farm

Why we need to label GMOs

<b>Mark Lynas speech to Center for Food Integrity Summit, Chicago, 15 October 2013</b><p>Audio on YouTube:<p>Ladies and gentlemen,<p>In just about three weeks from …

So What Happens If The Movement To Label GMOs Succeeds?

I have a story on <i>All Things Considered</i> Wednesday (click on the audio link above to hear it) about the campaign to put labels on food containing genetically modified organisms, or GMOs. The idea is gaining ground in the Northeast — Maine and Connecticut passed labeling laws this summer, though they …

Taking Down Big Food Is The Name Of Chipotle's New Game

Chipotle Mexican Grill prides itself on the fact that it serves only "responsibly raised beef, pork and chicken." That means the meat it buys comes from animals raised outside or in comfy pens, who are never given antibiotics and are fed an additive-free, vegetarian diet.<p>Sourcing that meat is …

The 23 Most Delicious Lessons from Michael Pollan's 'Cooked'

Michael Pollan’s latest book, “Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation,” is a must read. But if you don’t have the time, we narrowed down some of …

Michael Pollan and Ruth Reichl Hash out the Food Revolution

The biggest problem was figuring out where to eat.<p>When you live on opposite sides of the country and have wildly conflicting schedules, choosing a …

Agriculture

Revolutionizing the Urban Farm

Ben Greene's farmery turns industrialized produce on its head by allowing food to be grown and sold in the same space - A film by Gary Breece and …

Urban Agriculture

Polenta-crusted lamb chops... because cooking is good for the brain

I am a big fan of Dr Dan Siegel when it comes to child psychology. His book, Parenting from the Inside Out, was the first parenting book I read …

How Does Your Garden Grow? Easily, With a Nourishmat

Of all the ideals and visions that have accompanied the sustainable-food movement, perhaps none is as pervasive as as that of growing one's own food. …

Seed Starting in the Summer

Lately I’ve been lamenting the fact that my friends with kids are all saying summer’s almost over, just because their kids are back in school soon. …

Slow Food WiSE

Slow Food Regional Director, Martha Davis Kipcak, won 2 ribbons for her Martha's Pimento Cheese at The American Cheese Society 2013 conference in …

Sweet & Spicy Nut Brittle

Why most of us should refuse unpaid work

About 15 years ago, when the British politician Alan Clark was still alive and when he was the country's only entertaining MP, I rang him up and asked if I could interview him.<p>He said he'd be delighted, but I would need to pay him for his time. Oh no, I said, all prissy and shocked. The Financial …

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