|Taking the Pulse of a New Food Trend|
Resilience - 1/26/2016. By Wayne Roberts - My dad often said he ate enough beans and rice pudding during the 1930s Depression and 1940s World War to last him a lifetime. If I never see them again, it will be too soon, he’d tell anyone thinking of serving them to him. Those habits have carried over until today across North America and Europe, even though there are a host of reasons to change.
|This is why cities can’t grow all their own food|
Conservation Magazine - 1/26/2016. By Sarah DeWeerdt - If every homeowner in Seattle ripped up their lawn and replaced it with edible plants, the resulting crop production would be enough to feed just one percent of the city’s residents, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Washington.