Elsi encourages others to look at Slow Food, to pick and choose what can be applied to the needs of their community and adding their own “flavor” to it, much the way her residents use the fruits of the community garden. Nothing makes her smile more than walking into the garden to a chorus of, “my grandma used to make that!”
The school lunchroom does not have to serve up pressure and create food waste. It’s time to bring pleasure to food for our school kids and make sure they all have the energy to learn. When my son and your daughter have more time for lunch, we’ll build healthy communities and wonderful memories.
We are long overdue for a CNR that builds upon the successes of the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010, and restores subsequent rollbacks made by the last Congress and present Administration.
Members of congress have introduced a bill aimed at reducing the United State’s contribution to global green house gas emissions. This legislation must include actionable agricultural policy that supports small-scale, family farms.
Congress passes a new Farm Bill that continues to fund significant programs for Good, Clean, and Fair food within the US. However, it’s policy falls short when it comes to restricting the expansion CAFO’s, and the new bill continues to provide millions of dollars in subsidies to high-profit commodity croppers.