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rabble staff | With our Eat Local: food and sustainability challenge at an end, we have compiled all the wonderful and informative content here for those who may have missed it or want to keep the challenge going.
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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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Lori Theresa Waller | Former labour beat reporter Lori Waller explains the great potential of the urban food movement to make neighbourhoods more like communities.
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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.
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Osman Raza and Adam Wright. Photo: Catherine Owen
Catherine Owen | The University of Windsor Farmers' Market is the newest addition to a growing local food movement in Windsor, which counts 13 community gardens and five farmers' markets in the area.
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Tania Ehret | The food market that aimed to break down accessibility barriers in Vancouver's Westside.
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Meghan Senese | Five ways to keep the Eat Local! Challenge Going
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Hannah Roessler | Garlic is pretty cool. There are lots of types -- Duck Creek Farm's farmer John's favourite is Portugese Red -- to try and you can even try to grow your own.
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David Holub | With the environmental world seemingly going to pot, it seems it is time to update some of our favourite sayings.
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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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H.G. Watson | Drinking local is not only good for the particular boozehood in your life, but good for your soul.