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Ran Goel | Local food activist Ran Goel speaks to Steffanie Pinch about how eating local, organic and vegan can be better for the planet.
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Steffanie Pinch | We can't all go vegan but most of us want to reduce our reliance on destructive food systems -- here are some ideas.
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H.G. Watson | The student diet is usually, tragically, filled with ramen and frozen perogies. Why not spice it up with some fresh herbs using a DIY container garden.
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Jessica Rose | Jessica Rose divulges all the best reasons to shop at a farmers' market and why Hamilton, Ontario is no slouch when it comes to local goods.
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Emily Slofstra | Do you have some vacant space in your community? Why not put a community garden on it! Here are the steps to get you started on your new project.
Book Review
Joan Baxter | A new edition of the 'No Nonsense Guide to World Food' adds on more "food highlights" that could not have been predicted in 2008.
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Michael Stewart | You probably buy wine from Canadian vineyards and beer from the local microbrewery -- but it's time to take your drinking local ethic to the next level: make it at home.
Podcast
Meghan Senese | In the west end of Toronto, an innovative food co-op is bringing back the canning bee. This week in the Activist Toolkit podcast, I interviewed the Community Cannery Co-ordinator, James Partanen.
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Steffanie Pinch | Looking at my life on the farm versus in the city, I can't shake the feeling that I'm missing something.
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Katherine Martinko | So much produce from supermarkets goes to waste because it looks "ugly." We need to adjust our expectations of produce and start buying and selling ugly fruits and vegetables!
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Meagan Perry | Meagan Perry experimented with growing vegetables in her driveway and had some interesting results.
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Twilight Greenaway | Twilight Greenaway breaks down what a CAFO is and it's environmental and sociological repercussions and states the onus is on the consumer to buy local, ethical meat.