Living here in Southern California, it's sometimes easy to forget that getting locally grown food, year round, may not always be that easy for some people.
When Mike Purvis of Century Hill Drive saw Michelle Obama was growing vegetables at the White House he decided to follow suit and strike a small blow for the local-food movement and sustainable living.
Hartford will be joining more than 300 cities around the world in hosting a food revolution through protests and informational activities to take a stand against biotech giant, Monsanto, on Saturday, May 25.
Bon AppA©tit : Patrick Dempsey, the actor best known for his role as McDreamy in "Grey's Anatomy," is now in the coffee business.
ORCHESTRATING A DIFFERENT KIND OF GARDEN Dave Scandurra of Edible Landscapes, in Barnstable, seems to be conducting the elements in one of his spiral gardens.
The June issue of The Oprah Magazine includes an article with details on Oprah Winfrey's new farm in Hawaii.
Shannon Nicholson wiped his brow as he jumped off his tractor one recent afternoon.
Councillors' Lucy Hodgson and Sheila Blagg have accepted vacant positions on the nine-seat body, earning promotions through the Tory ranks.
For the third season, L'etoile on West Main Street is asking for the stuff in your garden.
The Mendocino County agricultural commissioner, the director of environmental health, and the food policy council invite local farmers, retail food buyers, and local food advocates to the second round of public meetings on June 4 to give input into the design and development of an "approved source" program for Mendocino County.
Creatively focused, eco-obsessed, possessing an urban sensibility and locavore leanings, beautiful without being braggy-the new Bainbridge Island Museum of Art might well be considered the embodiment of the island community itself.
An international protest against agricultural biotech giant Monsanto is planned in Greenville, along with similar marches in 33 countries on six different continents, including events in more than 250 U.S. cities.
TELLURIDE With a growing season of fewer than 90 days, the high alpine community of Telluride may not seem like the ideal locale for successful food production.
Local food consultant and chef Alison Drover says despite common misconceptions, eating locally doesn't mean eating expensively.