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Why Are There So Many Chemicals In My Body & How Did They Get There?


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Ever wonder about chemicals in your day-to-day life? I have. Continue reading

Volunteer to Build Sustainable Communities Around the World.


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Photo: EPS

The crisis is already here. You can help.

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#StopMonsanto—Help Kickstart the Feature Film.


It’s a movie venture, a knowledge trip and adventure rolled into one movie┬áthat’s meant to┬ástop Monsanto. Continue reading

Microplastics from Clothing: Are They in Our Food Chain?


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From the BBC News article, Accumulating ‘microplastic’ threat to shores, by Mark Kinver.

Debris on shoreline (Image: AP)

Microscopic plastic debris from washing clothes is accumulating in the marine environment and could be entering the food chain, a study has warned.

Researchers traced the “microplastic” back to synthetic clothes, which released up to Continue reading

Celebrate the Good Food Movement! March 15-17 in Chicago.


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I think about food. All day long.

I eat something every 2-3 hours to keep my energy going.

That’s why I’m excited that the Good Food Festival is coming to Chicago March 15-17! Continue reading

Are Subsidies Making Us Fat? {Video}


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Who Will be The Biggest Farm Bill Loser?

It is often argued that subsidies have lead to the overproduction of commodity crops like corn and soybeans, creating cheap junk food that makes us fat. The farmers lose and Continue reading

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