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Seed Libraries Don’t Breed Agri-Terrorism and Other Reasons We Are Not a Breaking News Blog

In July, there was a story going round about how the Seed Library at the Joseph T. Simpson Public Library in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania was being shut down for fears of “agri-terrorism.” Indeed, according to one story, this was being done by the USDA and “Cumberland County Library System Executive Director Jonelle Darr was told that the … Continue Reading

Locavore To the Max

Health economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn has an interesting take in a new article on her Health Populi blog about "km zero", a food movement she describes as "the future of food."  Basically, it takes locavore standards to the max, seeking to source food as close to you as possible, for the freshest and the best ingredients, including … Continue Reading

Where to Eat in Dodgy Places: Advice from a Real World Traveller

Joel Putnam is a world traveller in his early 20’s.  He recently reached Africa, his seventh continent in his travels around the world.  As is typical of  his generation (he is, in the interests of full disclosure, a friend of my son), he is blogging about it.  His blog is very well-written, and the captions … Continue Reading
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