03.11.11

Hug Your Farmer: Seeds of Better Food

In part 3 of our series, Tom Stearns explains how High Mowing Seeds grows more than 1000 varieties of vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers for home gardeners and commercial growers to evaluate ones that thrive…

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03.07.11

NYT: New Generation of Farmers Emerges

There is an emerging generation of farmers that shun industrial, mechanized farming and list punk rock, Karl Marx and the food journalist Michael Pollan as their influences.

03.03.11

Hug Your Farmer: The Real Cost of Better Foods

In the United States, we spend about 9% of our disposable income on our food. Thirty years ago that number was 15%, and seventy years ago that number was more than 25%. Industrial farming and massive distribution networks have lowered…

02.23.11

Hug Your Farmer: The Future of How We Eat

At the heart of the good food movement- local foods, innovation in sustainable and community supported farming- are the seeds of an idea that we are what we eat, that in supporting local farmers we're supporting our own health and the strength of our communities. This idea is was fuels people like Tom Stearns, owner of High Mowing Organic Seeds in Wolcott, Vermont. Tom is helping to forge a new model for economic growth in agriculture, and his company is quite literally at the root of the growth of the organic food movement in this country.

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QR Codes At Bus Stops

A Norwegian transit company is using QR codes at bus stops and on maps to provide a more efficient and sociable mass transit experience.

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02.21.11

Places: Sun Moon Lake’s Green-Roofed Visitor Center

During one of our trips to Taiwan last year, a few of us were lucky enough to explore some of the country's rural beauty, including a bike ride with the Rabobank Pro Team around Sun Moon Lake. It's Taiwan's largest lake and one of its most alluring attractions, and it now also boasts an award-winning green-roofed visitor center.

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