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Monthly Archives: March 2010
Last Saturday I attended the final Vancouver Island Seedy Saturday of the season, in Duncan. Lots of people wandered through, looking for seeds, seedlings and advice; there was a seed swap table and a workshop series, as well as a … Continue reading
Last week was a busy one for Vancouver Island’s food security community, with two significant meetings and a last Seedy Saturday on top. Tuesday about 50 of us gathered at the university for Sharing Food and Knowledge, a meeting of … Continue reading
A screening I attended of Dirt! The Movie last Wednesday turned out to be more than it seemed. One of the Sooke Awareness Film Night offerings, it was held in a local school where we encountered a hall full of … Continue reading
Did we really have to wait for the data? Livers and kidneys: The health costs of Genetically Modified crops and High Fructose Corn Syrup
A sweet little article about whether the body’s seasonal health needs can be satisfied by eating seasonal foods is a timely one, in light of a couple of recent stories about risks to kidneys and livers by things we must … Continue reading