|Back to our roots|
The Portland Phoenix - 2/13/2013. By Deirdre Fulton - Anyone wishing to increase their consumption of local and seasonal produce can reap the benefits of a root cellar. And given the popularity of home-gardening and farmers' markets, it makes sense to look for ways to extend our fresh-food-eating season.
|New Research Links Chemical Regulation with Market Innovation|
Forbes - 2/13/2013. By Amy Westervelt - New research out today from the Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL), a nonprofit environmental law organization based in DC and Geneva, indicates that chemical regulation may actually have an upside for businesses. “It creates a market for green chemistry,” says CIEL’s Baskut Tuncak, who authored the study, entitled Driving Innovation: How stronger laws help bring safer chemicals to market.
|Unity College offers Maine made MOOmilk on campus|
The Maine Edge - 2/13/2013. By Jodi Hersey - Unity College is not only teaching its students about agriculture and environmental sustainability, it's also providing real life examples of area farmers and businesses that are successfully making a living at it, like MOOmilk. The organic, Maine-based dairy beverage is now a staple in the school's dining commons.