When it comes to crowdfunding, Kickstarter is probably the most well-known platform—and for good reason! They’ve helped more than 5 million people fund more than 50,000 projects. In recent years though, the marketplace has gotten much more crowded. In fact,
Enjoy the weekend folks! If you missed them, do check out our posts on the Farm Bill and FoodCorps, and then load up the browser with these interesting links. As always, share your own in the comments!
After years of debate, drama, fighting, and occasional compromise, the future of the Farm Bill could hinge on a tall glass of milk. Since the new year dawned, we’ve been treated to near daily updates on the bill,
Say hello to what we hope will become a regular feature on Cultivating the Good! Clean Your Plate will be a weekly round-up of food news: our favorite stories, things that made us stop and wonder, stuff to
Eating healthy while on the go can be really challenging. Whenever I’m forced to find something semi-healthy and unprocessed at a highway rest stop, I always think of Michael Pollan’s Food Rule: “Don’t Get Your Fuel from the Same Place
Remember the buzz earlier this year when a Stanford research paper claimed organically grown foods offered no real health advantages? A lot of folks had issues with that conclusion—namely because lots of us do consider ingesting fewer pesticides and
As the world says goodbye to Nelson Mandela, we thought this excerpt from his autobiography, “Long Walk to Freedom,” was too lovely to pass by. Thanks to City Farmer for unearthing it. “The Bible tells us that gardens
Last month, Congress allowed massive cuts to the country’s food stamp program to go into effect, meaning more than 47 struggling Americans now find themselves with less money each month to spend on food. The cuts, which total