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Localism Mon Nov 13 2017 13:21:58 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- The EPA is restricting dicamba's use, and Monsanto is selling dicamba resistant soybeans. Farmers grapple with how to proceed.
In 2016, the agency found that the site's water posed serious health impacts, but it now says the water is fit for consumption.At a hearing on the federal response to the 2017 hurricane season,New York Congressman Jerrold Nadler questioned the EPA&am
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As fall turns to winter, and freezing temperatures set in, November is a quieter time in the four-season garden. It’s a time to get caught up on some nice-to-be-done tasks, craft from the garden, and prepare for the growing season ahead. If
Last week I got caught up on the harvests that were left in the garden while I was away the previous week. And as I mentioned before there were still some colorful veggies left to harvest. The Terremoto squash vines were finished off by the heatwave
Neonicotinoids threaten bee populations, but instead of limiting their use, researchers look to evergreens and prairie strips for minimizing the threat.
A U.S. government report says human industry is very likely the primary cause of climate change.
The lack of clean water, sanctions and ISIS have all contributed to depleting the supply of fish, and a shortage of masgouf, a beloved Iraqi dish.
This homemade turkey tortellini is a treasured family recipe. It tastes delicious tossed in a simple sauce or floating in homemade chicken broth.
In spite of the tough anti-immigration talk in Washington, labor-starved dairy and feedlot owners are pushing for a guest worker program.
Gardener John Coykendall has collected hundreds of rare heirloom varieties of seeds. Knowing the history of our food, he says, is part of knowing who we are.
Participants in the "Grocery Walk" demonstrate how difficult it can be to get basic items in low-income areas.
Many organic tomatoes or peppers are grown in greenhouses, where they get nutrients from water. Critics say that violates the spirit of "organic."
Want to save seeds from your bean plants? Pick lots of beans, early. It tricks the plant into producing more beans.Want to save seeds from your bean plants? Pick lots of beans, early. It tricks the plant into producing more beans.
Make your own curry paste for a deep, complex flavor. Llewellyn makes it simple in the food processor. In a pinch, you can buy prepared curry paste.
How much do you know about what's in your food, and where it comes from? Who do you trust to tell you?
A USDA survey shows that the number of Americans suffering from hunger remains well above pre-recession levels nearly a decade ago.
Sam Clovis was linked this week to the federal investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
As prices drop for conventional crops, some farmers are looking to organic.
A volunteer network gathers wasted foods, turns them into healthy meals and provides opportunities for those whose lives have been radically disrupted.
Long tongues are key for bats who pollinate agave.
Westshore Centre for Learning student Josh Hill (right) and a member of the Western Garden Club help themselves to a lunch of pumpkin and apple soup, mixed greens, croutons and pumpkin pie at the schools campus in Colwood Thursday. The students grew
In this segment, Tony and I discuss the energy producing power plants within our cellsMitochondria! These little factories generate the majority of the ATP that our cells use for energy to complete everyday tasks like walking, sprinting, working, tal
No more elephant or lion acts. Those are now a thing of the past. No more elephant or lion acts. Those are now a thing of the past.
As if Icelands gorgeous waterfall-studded landscape wasnt enough to draw the eye, Stockholm-based Utopia Arkitekter has designed a bright blue cabin for installation along the countrys most famous trekking trails. Created for a competition, the Skli
Modular Farms president Aaron Spiro grows 68 kilograms of kale a week inside his mobile farm with infra red lights. (Vince Talotta / Toronto Star) Modular Farms vertical hydroponics system will soon produce up to 68 kilograms of kale a week. By Ainsl
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For much of the past decade, its been well-known that cattle are among the planets biggest climate-changing culprits. A 2010 report from the Environmental Working Group showed that cattle release large amounts of methane into the atmosphere, greatly
This formidable soap company uses its annual Lush Prize to reward scientists working to replace animals in product safety testing. This formidable soap company uses its annual Lush Prize to reward scientists working to replace animals in product safe
Animal advocates are celebrating a win for wildlife in Northern California that will protect numerous species from being inhumanely killed by a federal agency thats become increasingly well-known for its war on wildlife. The U.S. Department of Agricu
Here’s a few photos from the last couple of weeks. Lincoln’s Sparrow at Palo Duro Canyon. Pied-billed Grebe on a foggy morning at Lake Meredith. Buffleheads on the same foggy morning. Wilson’s Snipe at Bugbee Canyon on t
A year after Trumps victory, Montana elected its first black mayor, New Jersey elected its first Sikh mayor and Charlotte elected its first black female mayor. Source: The GuardianA year after Trumps victory, Montana elected its first black mayor, Ne
An Egyptian farmer collects the cotton harvest at a farm in al-Massara village near the Nile delta city of Mansura, north of Cairo. (Photo: AFP Khaled Desouki) Egypt is turning to urban agriculture by establishing its first agriculture city in the so
This female leopard (Panthera pardus) shows off her extremely athletic nature by jumping across the channel in front of our boat. With Xigera Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana.      
It’s that time again…for the comforts of eating a healthy afternoon snack from a bowl! My Orange Cutie Smoothie Bowl Recipe will not only fill your bellies with juicy goodness, but will keep your insides hydrated, nourished, and f
I came across several herds of Pronghorns while driving around in Carson County a few days ago. This herd had about 8 animals in it and they were kind enough to pose for a few portraits and even some action shots.  I came across several herd
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An interpretive slave garden has been added to the grounds at Historic Smithfield, expanding the plantations story of 18th century life on the Virginia frontier. Photo courtesy of Historic Smithfield Plantation. Some of the plants originally introduc