A Taste of Eden By Mary Pleshette Willis Shopping at the farmers’ market isn’t just about the palate. It’s about psychology and the pleasure of touching, smelling, even tasting the ingredients that elevate sustenance to sensuousness. And it’s about the people—the providers as well as the consumers.
Training the Next Generation of Farmers By ML Ball We need a new food system that promotes biodiversity, social justice and sustainable land stewardship. That can mitigate climate change. That is accessible to all citizens, regardless of ethnicity, education or income status. Does such a system exist? Yes, at Glynwood.
Translating Life to Photography By Molly M. Peterson Molly wants her clients to feel like they can be themselves with her, that they can lay down their day-to-day armor and just breathe…and exist in the moment. That’s how the best images come to be: through truth, honesty, vulnerability. Keep reading.
The Home of Chic Conscious Clothing By Holly J. Coley Sustainable fashion isn’t all hemp skirts and burlap bags. In fact, it can be positively en vogue when shopping at Haldora in Rhinebeck, NY. You’ll find well-crafted garments, each thoughtfully created to meet the ever-changing needs of the modern woman.
A Better Reason to Get Up in the Morning By Michael Parker The Pfeiffer Center practices and spreads awareness of biodynamics through agricultural production and training programs. A project of the Threefold Educational Foundation, it is home to a community of educational, artistic and cultural organizations. Keep reading.
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