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Sprout City Farms Misses Their School

During the school year, the Denver Green School is full of children playing and learning. Of course, summer vacation puts a damper on this; no students are asking for a mint leaf as they reach their hands over the fence between the playground … Continue reading

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Hops and Dreams Coming True for American Brewers

Boston is known for its baked beans and clam chowder, but at one point the city had the greatest number of breweries per capita.  Whether (or when) the city will make that claim again we don’t know, but The Samuel … Continue reading

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A Walk in Someone Else’s Hooves.

When walking through pastures, barns, and enclosures Temple Grandin strives to sense what the animals experience. She feels her autism allows her to understand the feelings of America’s farm animals. Drawing from her years of experience and research, farmers rebuild enclosures, reconstruct … Continue reading

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Have noodles. Will bike.

Before meeting with Kassia, Chief Pasta Slinger and Pedal Pusher of Kassia’s Pasta Farm, I read an article about one of my esteemed former professors.  George DeMartino of the Korbel School presented at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland earlier in the year. No, … Continue reading

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Chicago’s Gary Comer Youth Center

College preparation, an array of extracurricular activities, endless educational tools and a positive environment are all important facets of the Gary Comer Youth Center.  A safe haven which caters prominently to the Chicago’s south side, the attending youth have access to supportive … Continue reading

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Have You Tried Sprouting This Spring?

Just as easy as tying your shoe, making your bed, or brushing your teeth, as long as you catch on to a few simple steps, you can have sprouts coming out of your ears!  I learned from The Sprout Guy that you … Continue reading

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Carrying on a Centuries-Old Japanese Tradition in Massachusetts

What exactly does “traditional” mean? Is it something passed down from your grandmother? Does it represent food preparation without the use of modern conventional cooking methods? What about something that has been around for at least a thousand years? Miso … Continue reading

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