Real Food, Twenty Four Seven

This weekend, I had the pleasure of attending a panel discussion, including farmers and sustainable farm advocates, Nina Planck, author of Real Food, What to Eat and Why, and Rene Catacalos, Editor of Edible Chesapeake magazine. Nina is the daughter of the owner of Wheatland Acres, a Loundoun County vegetable farmer. She has become a […]

HOT OFF THE PRESS!

My second Opinion Editorial Hits the Canadian paper! Check it out! http://woodstocksentinelreview.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1278410 We all need to stand up for farmers rights, I do that with pen and ink (or should I say, computer and ink cartridge!) I am organizing a letters to the editor campaign, so please send your letters to the Canadian papers to […]

Express Yourself!

Thanks to Amy of TwoAngryMoms.org, here’s a simple petition in support of getting BST (growth hormone) Milk out of our nations’ schools: USDA SCHOOL MILK COMMENT Tweet

Supporting Sustainable Agriculture is a Spiritual Duty

Today, I am a guest blogger for a Christian Homemaking blog in Canada. A Jewish artist’s work illustrates my article on why our faith should inform our buying habits when it comes to filling the family table. Many well meaning believers of various faiths are shunning meat altogether, without realizing that their beef against the […]

Emancipation Proclamation

A great article by the famous Virginia sustainable farmer, Joel Salatin, has just appeared in a new magazine, Flavor. Visit their site at www.flavormags.com. Click on This Issue and Look for Emancipating Local Food.